- A video of a 1-month-old baby taking part in the uMlando challenge has gone viral on TikTok
- The tot’s mom Tshidi Ramalekana excitedly shared the clip onto her profile and South Africans have called for the challenge to be closed
- Many users loved the video but others said the newborn was being controlled somehow by his parents in the video
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TikTok mom Tshidi Ramalekana shared an adorable video of her 1-month baby doing the uMlando challenge and Mzansi is loving it.
In the video, the baby is seen jiggling his bum to the song Umlando by Toss, 9umba & Mdoovar.
The sweet tot is dressed in a onesie and is lying on the bed.
TikTok users could not get enough of the viral clip and were quick to react.
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“Father is a polo owner or citi golf.”
@user1735310614628 reacted said:
“We got a winner South Africa.”
“It's can only be a pandemic baby, my friend.”
“Who watched this more than once.”
“We officially closing the challenge.”
@Fezeka Zama Maqanda said:
“He watched it all when his mom was pregnant with him… Bathathe boy.”
@Karabo Mabele said:
“Imagine him looking at this video 15 years from now.”
“Bathong I don't find it funny.”
“They is a hand controlling him behind its covered with that thing.”
Adorable video showing baby dancing goes viral: 'Great taste in music'
Previously Briefly News wrote about an adorable video of a dancing baby that had gone viral on social media.
It shows a toddler dancing to some classic tunes. Mzansi social media users were impressed by the little one's moves.
The video was shared by South Africa Live on Facebook and has gathered thousands of comments and reactions.
Facebook user Khokho Malaika said:
"The little one is really feeling this song."
While Cindy Mundow said:
"Gorgeous baby groovin to an epic tune... LOVE IT."
Brenda Lynn de Broize said:
"Great taste in music... That's how all kids should be... Happy and free."
Source: Briefly News