- The video of a kid and a professional dancer, Karina Palmira, dancing 'against' each other has gone viral on Twitter again
- Many tweeps said that the boy defeated Karina with his energetic and fast-paced body movements
- The entertaining clip has been watched by thousands of people who found it wildly entertaining after it was shared once again
A kid has slugged it out with a woman in a dance 'contest' and the result is amazing as people said they both have mad skills. The video, which went viral a few years ago, has gone viral once again after it was shared by LADBible.
Karina Palmira danced with the boy to some traditional African beats. The media reported that the boy asked Karina, a professional dancer, to teach him some moves. The clip has been watched over 350,000 times
The kid and the pro dancer showcased very great choreographed steps that showed that a whole lot of practice must have gone into thre performance.
As they both danced, the female dancer seemed to be playing catch-up to the boy's very fast moves, which got wild applause from his supporters.
"This boy asked her to teach him some moves but she was the one who ended up learning! Amazing."
See the video below:
The short entertaining clip has gathered hundreds of reactions online. Below are some of them:
"This is entertaining."
"Now that was a joy to see. Brilliant."
"If I try it at home I'd need a wheelchair, ageing sucks."
"We should all learn this dance for when the pubs reopen and we're back to normal!"
"Africa, the kingdom of happiness."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that another dance session that went viral. This time, a mother and model, Tatiana Elizabeth Price, 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.
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