- A little girl has melted hearts with her rendition of the #JohnVuliGate challenge
- In the clip that was shared on Twitter, she can be seen trying her best to get the dance steps right
- Moved Twitter users liked the cute clip over 3 000 times, many of them shared beautiful thoughts on the little girl's skills
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A baby girl has united South Africans after an adorable clip of her attempting the viral John Vuli Gate challenge. The incredibly adorable clip was uploaded by @ChristoThurston onto his popular Twitter page recently.
In the short video, which Christo captioned, "Wa zama shem," which means "She's trying, shame", the little one can be seen doing her best to get the dance right. While we can safely say her efforts may have been in vain, she has managed to melt thousands of South Africans' hearts.
The 17-second long clip got nearly 40 000 views and over 3 000 likes. Many touched tweeps also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the child's 'killer' moves. Read some of their comments below.
"Small things like this are the ones that make me believe a rainbow nation is possible."
"This one will even fail a simple church choir step."
"Best Vuligate ever!"
"This is South Africa I am looking for, South Africa without history, without past, only the future. South Africa that knows no race."
"She's trying, we've got people who are 60-something who are claiming to be African but then not speaking one of the African languages."
In similar fun Briefly.co.za news, another man was found enjoying himself while dressed in women's clothing. Daniel Marven recently took to Twitter with a hilarious clip of a man dressed in a mini-skirt and wig while pretending to be deejaying on a laptop.
In the clip, the funny guy seems to be having all of the fun while a song blares loudly in the background. A few seconds into the clip, the unknown guy takes a few moments to step away from his laptop to enjoy some brief dancing.
Twitter users thoroughly enjoyed watching the man strut his stuff in his white miniskirt, watching the clip over 4 000 times. Many of them likened him to Lamiez Holsworthy, Khuli Chana's DJ wife, who was once also seen in a red-and-white mini-skirt ensemble partying up a storm.
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