- A proud South African mother recently headed online to share an adorable clip of her little one requesting her favourite song on Spotify
- In the clip, the little one requests the song and then starts dancing excitedly as she hums the beat of the popular Black Coffee track
- Locals thought it was the cutest thing and soon headed to the comment section to share compliments with the little one
Children are honestly the sweetest little things in the world. Another little one has left both her mom and the rest of Mzansi swooning after she was captured thoroughly enjoying one of her favourite Black Coffee and David Guetta songs.
In the clip that was uploaded by her mom @Thatorale, the little one first uses Spotify to request the popular song and soon thereafter starts dancing adorably and humming along to the song with a big smile on her face.
"This song still drives her crazy. @davidguetta @RealBlackCoffee @GooglePlay @Spotify," the proud mommy captioned the heartwarming Twitter post.
Soon many locals were heading into the comment section to swoon over the adorable little one. Many of them expressed that they thought she was an absolute cutie. Read a few of their comments below:
"Awwwww cutie, sis playing our brother's song @RealBlackCoffee takes us to mars."
"This is so cute."
"She has such a great taste."
"Uhh man. What a cheerful kid"
"She's so cute"
"This is so awesome."
"Such a cutie."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, kids really do the funniest things, which makes it pretty hard for parents to be upset - even when a little one completely defaces a bathroom with a red marker. A little one proved this after she was caught red-handed trying to clean up her writing that was placed all over a bathroom and even the toilet seat.
In the clip that was uploaded by Twitter user, @ZwangaMukhuthu the little one realises that she had been caught in the act. She then decides that her best option is to throw herself on the floor and pretend to be dead.
"Bathong," Zwanga captioned the hilarious clip of the mischievous bundle of joy.
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