- A video resurfaced on social media this week, showing a little girl celebrating her Tsonga heritage
- The clip was originally posted in December 2016, but was shared again on the #ImStaying Facebook group this week
- Social media users were in awe of the little Tsonga dancers and they could not get over her cuteness
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September is Heritage Month and South Africans have been celebrating their cultures on social media. One young girl won over Mzansi social media users' hearts with her adorable dancing.
A clip shows the unidentified girl dressed in Tsonga attire dancing for a crowd. Several ladies approached the little dancer to give her money and it is the cutest thing ever.
The video was originally posted in 2016 but it resurfaced on the #ImStaying group this week. The clip was shared by social media user, Neo Jennifer, on Monday.
"I'm staying proudly South African," the post was captioned.
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Social media users absolutely loved the throwback clip and they showered the little dancer with compliments.
Cikizwa Titi Mbata commented:
"Oh I adore her so much. Yaaaaassss baby girl."
Patience Hope Komana wrote:
"Wow... So I was shaking my body inside the blankets."
Thembo Mbhele added:
"Wow, beautiful. I just got so emotional."
Lebogang Malete said:
"This dance is not easy. Yoh, this child just made me feel small."
Take a look at the video below:
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported on another cute kid. Recently a proud grandfather took to Facebook to share with the world how his grandson Teddie chooses to enjoy the song - by singing it.
In the video, Teddie can be seen with his eyes glued on the TV that is playing the song, waiting patiently to sing along while a baby boy dances around in the background. Teddie,who is only five, sings along to the words pronouncing them as accurately as he can master.
"Teddie said to me this afternoon that he wanted to make me happy by signing me a song. In ZULU. He’s only 5. Love him to bits, very proud grandad," wrote Teddie's grandpa.
The short clip quickly blew up, receiving over 19 000 views and nearly a hundred likes. It was also at the receiving end of a ton of comments from Facebookers who thought that Teddie was as cute as a button.
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