- A grandmother has become the talk of the town after displaying her skills on a drum set
- The elderly woman could be seen in a video playing the drums with great energy to the admiration of all
- The video was flooded with reactions by many 'fans' as some noted that the granny drums so well when they couldn't even do the same
An adorable video of a grandma has emerged on social media in which the elderly woman could be seen playing a drum set with so much zeal.
The video shows the woman in a church displaying how good she is with the drum set as the choir sings. Her dexterity is inspiring and peeps online could not stop commending her in the comment section.
An elderly woman has made a statement with her skill that being old does not deprive people of engaging in what makes them happy and fulfilled.
People took to the comment section of the post to react.
@samuel_nwazue, who obviously enjoyed watching the woman play the drum set, requested for her account number.
"Send me her account number ASAP."
"You go know say this woman like play well well when she small. Love her passion."
A tweep with the handle @raremaryade said her grandmother must see the video.
"My grandma must see this."
"Oh boy!!! She did it! And she kept the patterns right."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported on music news closer to home. The Top 4 of Idols South Africa proved why they have gotten so far in the competition in the latest episode of the show. ZanoThando, Mr Music, Zama and Brandon all gave stellar performances in their final bid for a spot in the Top 3.
The acts were tasked with singing local songs, specifically by artists who had been signed to South African music label Kalawa Jazmee.
ZanoThando sang Via Orlando by DJ Vetkuk vs Mahoota featuring Dr Malinga. Mr Music performed Mafikizolo’s, Emlanjeni, Zama gave her rendition of Boom Shaka’s Thobela and Brandon delivered to the audience Ndlovu by DJ Zinhle featuring Loyiso.
The judges gave their take but as the competition gets closer to the final, fan discussions are getting tenser in hopes that their faves come through.
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