- Masaka Kids Africana decided to be part of Drake's viral challenge dubbed the Toosie Slide challenge
- The orphaned Ugandan children had no idea luck would knock on their door sooner than they had expected thanks to their electric performance
- The simple yet entertaining clip they shared on Instagram was reposted by Drake and the rapper added a bunch of love hearts to the clip he shared
Masaka Kids Africana, a group of talented orphaned dancers from Uganda is smiling all the way after US rapper Drake noticed their flawless Toosie Slide routine.
The song that has been ringing in everyone’s mind since its release had people participating in a Toosie challenge that had them doing the “left foot up, right foot slide,” routine like pros.
Briefly.co.za learned that Drake who was reposting some of the thousands of videos on his Instagram came across an iconic viral clip by the Masaka kids and could not help but show it to the rest of the world.
He reposted the clip to his Instastory and the young dancers were over the moon when they noticed.
Their hearts were palpitating so fast and the talented children knew for sure they have headed for greater and bigger things thanks to their skills.
Their loyal fans celebrated their big step to freedom and reminded the talented children they were worth every recognition they got.
Unlike most videos posted on Instagram, Masaka dancers took a different turn when reliving Drake’s new dance.
They added some African spice to the choreography and came up with a new, hip, unique and electric dance.
The group of orphans spiced it up by attaching a couple of traditional moves that set them apart from most of their contenders.
Anyone who watches the video and fails to smile or light up is definitely not fun and has no taste in art.
Masaka kids did it again and this time, they did not come to play.
Drake brought the internet to a standstill when Toosie Slide made its debut on YouTube.
The musician used the song to show off his massive mansion in Canada and everyone marvelled at how everything looked sparkly and expensive.
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