- A little girl has danced to Cash App, a song by Bella Shurmda featuring Zlatan, in a living room in front of the TV
- Tweeps wondered where she learnt the new dance moves which she exhibited while listening to the song
- The kid showed she knows all the lyrics as she sang along, using a plastic toy as a microphone
A young girl has given so many positive vibes as she danced to Bella Shurmda's popular song, Cash App, in front of the TV.
It amazed many when her clip surfaced on Twitter was that she sang along as she watched the music video.
The kid does the popular hand moves popularised by Zlatan Ibile and combined it with the legwork known as gbese.
Many wondered how the girl learnt all the moves and song. The Twitter handle (@Naija_PR) that posted the video was more concerned about the TV falling off.
Watch her video below:
As at the time of writing this report, the video has been watched over 6,000 times. Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"Our kids these days na only God fit save them."
"Who is teaching these kids how to dance nitori olohun... cute though."
"Who are those teaching all these kids how to dance?"
"Omo these children now them the graduate inside belle ooo... Nothing them no sabi."
"This one na new dance step ooo,dance am in front of ur TV but if u break am, na u sabi. That girl get skills pass Buhari, she no break that TV even tho she was an inch close to the TV. Such a talent,and must be known."
In other Briefly.co.za reports, Some people are so talented, they can find ways to turn old and broken things into beautiful brand-new creations. A Twitter user recently took to Twitter to share with his followers how an old bathtub can be turned into beautiful and usable furniture.
@IamMartyMarty shared a series of pictures of @AbChigz transforming the old and clearly ruined bathtub into a set of two chairs and a glass-top table. In the pics, the man had cut the bath into three pieces, restored its colour and added some legs.
"Chairs and table made from a damaged bathtub. Creativity at its best," Marty Marty captioned the Twitter post.
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