- A video has been posted on Facebook of an amazing young boy dancing bullet in the rain
- The hauntingly beautiful video is silent save for the staccato patter of rain and the shuffle of the boy's feet
- The beautiful dance is performed without a roof, mirror, music or shoes and has inspired South Africa
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A township was caught on video dancing a hauntingly beautiful set in the rain, the staccato drops of water the only rhythm he had.
Without a mirror, shoes, piano or roof the young boy was able to perform a beautiful ballet dance.
Briefly.co.za learned that Thembelihle Mlambo uploaded the video to Facebook and captioned the video with the following:
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"No bar, no mirror, no shoes, no roof, no piano and yet this...."
"My heart right now! "
Facebook users loved the video and shared it over 2 000 times and over 1 000 reactions.
"Someone find this beautiful artist and give him all that is necessary to become a star for the world to see."
"Wow it's exciting and there is a lump on my throat because that child doesn’t know that she is a star"
Juanita de Jong:
"Stunning! I am praying someone gives this incredibly talented artist well deserved acknowledgment and opportunity for great things"
"Oh my hat... Well done... Need more that are as passionate like this young man"
Corynne Lucey Beall:
"You are an incredible dancer. I hope the right people watch this "
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Andrew Warth posted an amazing video online of a 13-year-old boy, Hlumelo, who has got some amazing dance moves.
Briefly.co.za learned that the video was filmed during lockdown by Hlumelo's brothers in Gugulethu and captures the boy's graceful movements. He is exceptionally talented and his passion for ballet will take him far.
"Here is a clip of 13-year-old ZAMA student, Hlumelo practising his allegro. It was filmed during lockdown by his brothers, Shaun and Lubabalo, at the back of their house‼️ Well done team Ntshangana."
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