“She Understood the Assignment”: Baby Makes Kilimanjaro Dance Moves, Performs Like Zombie in Video

“She Understood the Assignment”: Baby Makes Kilimanjaro Dance Moves, Performs Like Zombie in Video

  • A video of a little girl dancing hard as she showed off her Kilimanjaro moves has got many adults praising her
  • The kid outmatched a boy who was beside her as she immediately went into a dance mode that showed she must have been taught
  • Many TikTokers who watched the baby's moves said she deserves an award for "winning" the Kilimanjaro dance challenge

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A little girl has many people talking about how she moved while dancing. She jumped on the trending Kilimanjaro dance moves on TikTok, and many said she won the challenge.

In a video shared by @flowerlene, the kid stood beside a boy as she went into a frenetic display, making gestures and blinking her eyes like a person in a trance.

Kilimanjaro dance moves/kid surprised many in video.
The little girl danced like she was in a trance. Photo source: @flowerlene
Source: UGC

Kid performs Kilimanjaro dance moves well

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The way she performed made many people on TikTok wonder where she learnt all the dance moves from.

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Some TikTokers said the kid needs to be rewarded as not many adults can pull off the Kilimanjaro moves as she did.

Watch the video below:

The video has gathered over 2000 comments and more than 128,000 likes.

Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:

Tankiso Hadebe said:

"Girls are always forward, look at that boy."

tshegofatsobles17 said:

"Girls run the world Period."


"She killed it jealous down."

Praise Joseph said:

"She does it better than me sef."

kiskesss said:

"The best Kilimanjaro challenge."

user3850662036404 said:

"I refuse to believe that there's anything cuter than this

selmasi said:

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"She really understood the assignment."

Tizzytheshiz asked:

"What are you giving these pandemic babies, especially the little girls?"

lover said:

"I can't even do this dance she is too perfect."

Little girl helps petrol attendant shake taxi to get max fuel: Video has Mzansi broken with laughter

In more news, Briefly News reported that petrol attendants are a vibe in South Africa. Seeing a little girl help one shake a taxi to get max fuel into it had citizens busting.

Mzansi is a unique place where petrol attendants see you in worse states than your closest friends and they share a dance with you after the groove while you shovel a pie from the convenience store.

Facebook page SA Long distance Truckers shared the video showing the cute girl shaking the taxi with the petrol attendant. A cute and proudly Mzansi moment for sure!

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