- A video of an adorable little girl, singing her heart out before being chased by a dog has gone viral on Twitter
- The video was uploaded to the app by @logacrimz recently and Saffa tweeps can't deal
- Juju the dog seemingly appears out of nowhere during the girl's ballad and she bolts for her life as she's being chased
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A video of an adorable little girl singing has gone viral on social media, but not for her talent. @logacrimz uploaded an 18-second clip of a little girl singing her heart out before being chased away by a dog.
The ladies filming the girl can be heard screaming "Juju" while trying to hold in their laughter as the girl runs as fast as her little legs allow her to. The video has gained over 34 500 views on the social networking site.
The retweets are above 500 and likes are closing in on 2 000. The replies section is where the fun is at as South African tweeps couldn't contain their laughter at this odd incident.
Have a look at the video below:
These are just some of the hilarious responses to the video:
"Juju bathong we were still listening to the beautiful singing."
"She was expressing her singing talent but Juju Said 'hold my beer,' you have a running talent, not this one."
In other hilarious viral video news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on SA's reaction to a Canadian woman drinking Oros without diluting it. A Canadian woman, Christina Tessman, has gone viral on social media after she did a review on Oros.
Christina Tessman uses the handle @thetastetest and was recently suggested to try out Oros by @gadinewe on TikTok. However, the young Canadian drank the Oros straight from the bottle without diluting it.
South Africans took over her comments section, telling her that she needed to add water to the concentrated juice. Even without diluting the drink, Tessman still rated it a solid 6/10. The video was shared to Twitter by various Twitter users. SA social media users are not at all impressed by the TikToker's method.
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