- An adorable little girl has just joined in on the Jerusalema Challenge madness
- A video posted by Durban's Eye on Facebook shows the little one doing the best to get all the moves right
- The cute clip was at the receiving end of over 1 000 reactions from viewers whose hearts melted
What may just be the cutest JerusalemaChallenge video has been making its rounds on social media. In the short clip that was uploaded by Durban's Eye on to their Facebook page, an adorable baby girl can be seen delivering her best moves.
The little cutie can be seen dancing candidly on her playmat in a TV room while a little boy lays on a couch in the background. While she may not have exactly got all of the original #JerusalemaChallenge moves to the tee, she sure did try.
The short clip received thousands of well-deserved reactions from Facebookers who simply loved seeing the little girl doing her thing so candidly and full of rhythm. Watch her dancing in the video below.
Samantha SxcSam Semathree said:
"Omg there, most adorable."
Xolile Nkosi said:
"So cute, what's with the moody one on the couch."
Tina Slabbert said:
"Just too cute."
Briefly.co.za also reported a boy has learned at a very young age that sometimes love hurts. We don't always find our Mr or Mrs Right the first time. One young man was filmed by his mom detailing how his bae broke his heart.
In the video, which was shared online by social media user @aypee_madicks, the boy revealed he was dumped for someone else. "Mum, you see that girl that I used to love. She broke up with me. She likes the new boy now," he told his mama.
The supportive parent then asks him if he is okay, to which the boy simply shakes his head. The mother asked if he spoke to the girl and the boy said: "She says she doesn’t love me any more." The video gathered nearly 98 000 views in just a couple of hours and South Africans were heartbroken for the adorable little boy.
Twitter user, @PitsiAfrica, commented:
"Continue to nurture this relationship, him being open up with you. Yazi we cried in our rooms whilst our moms shouted at us about dishes that needed to be washed, and couldn't tell them we are not okay..."
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