- A super-intelligent little boy has broken the internet with his amazing rap song about the alphabet and careers
- He first went viral in a video of his rapping which won him an interview on the Ellen Show
- Ellen loved the adorable little boy who revealed more about how he performed the song and performed it on stage
An intelligent boy called Sam has shown a very smart way to learn the ABC as he raps about the alphabet, rhyming them into beautiful concepts.
The interesting thing about it all is that, as the kid rapped about each alphabet around professions, he spoke about how the mentioned fields affect life. He did all that in a song!
He was invited onto the Ellen Show after a video of him rapping went viral. Ellen loved the adorable little boy and captioned a post on Instagram with the following:
"The “You Can Be ABCs” might be my favourite thing of 2020, and having Sam on my show to perform it live did not disappoint."
He revealed in the interview that he had only been rapping for a year and that his dad gave him the idea.
Ellen was blown away by how intelligent the young man was. He gushes at how his mom taught him how to read at the age of two.
He adds, "She is my best fiend."
The amazing rap song features every letter of the alphabet but is does more than just that, he adds a career with each letter.
He really is super intelligent and equally adorable as he stole everyone's heart. Briefly.co.za covered the video which went viral of him performing the amazing rap song.
In other news, Briefly.co.za also reported about 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, saying that she has united the country.
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