- A toddler has given so many positive vibes with his reaction to his mum's attempt to join the #BussItChallenge
- The mum, Tatiana Elizabeth Price, who posted the video of her son laughing said she finally participated in the challenge
- Many tweeps said the baby's cuteness makes them want to go and have their own kids
A mother and model, Tatiana Elizabeth Price, has generated massive reactions online after posting a video of her trying to join the #BussItChallenge.
As the mother was about showing her banging shape and twerking, her baby burst into uncontrollable laughter in a video that has been seen over one million times.
The mother joined in and turned what would have been a proper twerking video into a comedy show.
Captioning the video on Twitter, the mother said that she finally joined the #BussItChallenge, hinting that the result was the opposite of what she had planned.
Watch the video below:
As at the time of writing this report, the video has got over 160,000 likes from people who found it quite funny.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"He said 'you’re somebody’s mother.'"
"Awwwww this is so adorable. My wife and I are about to have our first child in a week. I hope he enjoys watching mom and dad clown and laughs like this."
"Lol babies laughing is forever great."
"The moment you're SURE you don't like/want kids, you find a cute one! I SWEAR!"
"She told her baby “stop” that baby really said 'go aheaddd' and started dying laughing again."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Zendane Mfenyana has taken to social media to explain to her followers why she can't participate in the trending #BussItChallenge.
Mzansi celebs including the likes of Nadia Nakai, Moonchild Sanelly and Pasi Koetle have all shared videos of themselves doing the viral challenge. The Queen actress took to Twitter on Monday, 11 January to share why she can't participate in the challenge.
The star shared that she doesn't have the booty to show off in the challenge. The new mommy complained that she has bad luck when it comes to social media challenges. The #BussItChallenge has seen many Mzansi ladies drop and bounce what their mommas gave them. Zenande wrote on Twitter:
"Haai sana ndine lishwa le challenges, yet another challenge I can’t participate in, andinazo tuu impundu for la buss it challenge."
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