- A baby has got people laughing on social media with his/her facial expressions that suggested anger
- In the rather hilarious video, the baby made angry expressions when a woman was talking to him/her
- Tweeps reacted funnily to the video as some said the baby was angry to have been reincarnated into a poor home
A video of a baby has emerged on social media in which the little one could be seen making angry facial expressions as if protesting against something.
A Twitter user with the handle @CommeIvoir shared the video on the social media platform and people couldn't stop laughing in the comment section.
A woman could be heard talking to the little one, but all the latter could do was make angry facial expressions that social media users found rather funny.
Retweeting the video, tweep with the handle @KechSantino wrote:
"When you get reincarnated and it’s not to a wealthy family."
Twitter users soon flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
"My man has been poor 3 times in a row already. He's about to put in a complaint."
"When you finally get the courage to end it and get reincarnated in the same year."
"The baby is not impressed at all."
In a previous report by Briefly.co.za, a video of a baby emerged on social media in which she could be seen dancing to a song from a phone she placed on the floor.
The girl, who wore a top and diaper, delivered some amazing moves she must have learnt from an adult. There was coordination between her arms and legs as the dance went on.
While dancing to the song, the little girl shook her backside to the song that blared from the phone, and when the song stopped playing, she brought it back to life with the tip of her finger.
In other news, The video of a little boy making rhythms by slapping against the surface of a washing machine has generated massive reactions on social media.
A Twitter user, @niqueharp, who shared the video said the kid is just two years old. In the clip, the boy turns "daddy, where are you?" into song, backing it up with beats coming from his slaps.
To add more chords to his sound, he tapped his right leg repeatedly on the floor in a way that complements the one he makes with his hands.
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