Video of little boy dancing to Bambelela goes viral on social media

Video of little boy dancing to Bambelela goes viral on social media

- A video of a little boy dancing to Caltonic SA and Sje Konka's Bambelela has gone viral on social media

- The video was uploaded by Sje Konka and has gained 143 000 views

- South Africans are living for his moves and have shared their pride in the comment section

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A video of a little boy jamming out to Caltonic SA and Sje Konka's Bambelela has gone viral on social media. The 42-second clip shows a boy no older than five in camel-coloured pants and a blue jacket with boots in front of a TV.

The song starts to play and his moves take over. From his arms down to his legs, every part of him is feeling the beat! The video has been viewed 143 000 times and has almost 5 000 reactions. It was uploaded to Facebook by Sje Konka with the caption:

"Sje Konka for the kids."

Click here to see the video.

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This little boy felt every beat of Caltonic SA and Sje Konka's Bambelela. Source: Sje Konka / Facebook
Source: Facebook

Facebook users were enthralled by this little one's moves as he broke it down. Here's what some people had to say:

Asanda Dmd Wabo Thwala commented:

"You are the blessing in this country bro, you make everyone dance. Keep up the good work."

Siphephelo Buthelezi wrote:

"Nah man, this is beautiful."

Phi Lip Sibiya said:

"Even here in Mauritius they like your music."

Sanda Sara added:

"I like this baby!"

In other news making waves, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Beyoncé's Already music video being recreated by talented Africans kids. A group of African kids identified as the Dream Catchers Academy have reproduced Beyoncé's Already music video which features Ghana’s dancehall musician, Shatta Wale.

The crop of young ladies were captured displaying their brilliant dance moves as they imitated scenes from the track. In the video, which has been widely circulated on social media, the talented young ladies can be seen in synchronised moves while choreographing to Beyoncé's original song.

Their version, including their weird costumes and settings, has a striking resemblance with the actual piece.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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