- A toddler was grooving as if she was out at the club on a Friday night, and Mzansi people were finished
- TikTok user @bongiweprincess1 shared a video of her baby girl throwing some firey moves
- People had a good laugh at the tiny princess dancing in her nappy with one shoe on
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Toddlers will have you questioning everything you thought you knew about children. This little Miss grooves as if she spends every night at the club, lol, and her mother has no explanation.
Baby girl dances like a teenager in cute TikTok
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Take a look at the adorable babe:
Mzansi citizens howl over the hilarious toddler dance clip
People were convinced this little girl possessed the soul of a person who lived many lives before her. There is no other logical explanation for how she can groove like this.
Read some of the hilarious comments:
“As a country re biniša ke motho wa go apara pampers you’re a big deal, babe ”
Precious Matshaya laughed:
“This is someone’s granny who decided to come and relive her life sana asoze!!! ”
Akani was shook:
“this one lived before, no ways”
user5923305718008 loved it:
“Pampers and one shoe so cute!”
Mfhazi pointed fingers:
“Resemblance of her mother”
Preschool graduation party of toddlers dancing in formal wear moves SA: “Most beautiful video I’ve ever seen”
In related news, Briefly News reported that its graduation season and many parents are preparing their children for primary school next year and saying their goodbyes to creche.
This transition could be scary for most children, but a special group of toddlers happily bid farewell to their preschool and did it with style.
The adorable children were dressed formally, like miniature brides and grooms, and embodied the Mzansi flair of performing dance steps at weddings.
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Source: Briefly News