- A little kid has warmed many hearts after a clip of him imitating Cassper Nyovest was shared online by his mother
- In the caption of the clip, the young mother explains that her adorable son is absolutely obsessed with the South African
- The clip garnered many reactions from locals who were quick to share their thoughts in the comments section
A beautiful young South African mother recently had a lot of local Twitter users in their feels after she shared an adorable clip of her son behaving absolutely adorable. In the clip, the little one perfectly imitates his idol, Cassper Nyovest.
The young mom with the Twitter handle @BonoloMaruping_ shared two clips, one of Nyovest dancing and another of her son copying his every move and even wearing a similar outfit. In the caption, she explains that her son just loves the local rapper.
"My son's obsession with @casspernyovest is so cute @kaboentlemaruping on IG #majaivane #casspernyovestchallenge #boity," she captioned the cute clip.
Not long thereafter, the clip amassed over 7k likes. Many locals also took to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read a few of their comments below:
"The young man deserves an ice cream date with malome Cassper. So adorable!"
"Cassper must do an honourable thing and take this genius out on ice-cream date... It will mean the world to him..."
"How long did it take him to get that right, this kid is bright."
"So cute, I like Casper is a good inspirational artist."
In more adorable Briefly.co.za news, big brothers are guardian angels sent to help both parents and their younger siblings. A young mother proved this to be the case after she headed online to share an adorable clip of her older son performing his big brother duties seamlessly.
In the clip that was shared by proud mom @Ashleyoutloud, the older brother can be seen calming down his little brother, who was on the verge of a tantrum, by helping him practice some soothing breathing techniques.
"My four-year-old was about to have a whole tantrum and my six years old helped him manage his breathing so he could calm down... I’d say I’m doing freaking alright," she proudly captioned the heartwarming clip.
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