- A video of a little brother and his sister displaying some very cool wrestling skills has gone viral
- People were amazed at how they went about everything in a non-dangerous way
- Tweeps also used the opportunity to relive their childhood days doing the same thing
The video of a brother and sister performing a wrestling fight has broken the internet. It already has close to half a million views on Twitter.
Posted by @KelzMff, the Twitter user captioned the video: "Please, don't try this at home." In the funny clip that has got many talking online, the older of the two children handles the other with utmost care.
The boy carried the sister in a playful manner and in a way that ensured nothing happens to her during the performance.
As it is in a typical wrestling sport, the sister 'slapped' her brother as he pretended her hand wields enough power to turn his neck.
Just after that, he carried the little girl up, flipped her over with her head upside down as he pretended to give a smackdown.
Watch the video below:
Many people were amazed at how the brother made sure nothing happened to his sister all through their playful performance.
Below are some of the reactions:
"When I was a kid, my homie gave me real spear... I broke my arm...till now it's ain't working properly."
"He's so gentle I used to hit my sister with an RKO every time I find her standing near the bed."
"Last year my 13 & 6 year old brothers broke my bed while playing wrestling... I’m still angry to this day."
"I think he might have tackled her to hard here, so they had to cut it quick. I love this video."
The father of the kids, Itumeleng Mmutloane, later came under the tweet to say that the two children really love the wrestling sport as he shared a video of them watching it.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a little girl went viral after a short clip showing her mimicking an adult talking selfies surfaced online.
One would be amazed at the number of things kids pick up from grown-ups around them. In a video that has over two million views on Twitter, the kid's quick reaction when she saw that her selfie-taking was being filmed is funny.
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