- The clip of a little boy skateboarding has gone viral on Twitter with many talking about it
- In the video, the kid manoeuvers between two boards in a way only a pro skater would
- After his show of skill, the boy jumped up in excitement for a job well carried out
An unnamed little boy has gone viral on the internet for the right reason after he showed off an amazing skating skill.
In a short clip posted on Twitter, the boy rolled off a slope onto a skateboard with an acrobatic move. Within seconds, he switched between two boards.
His sleek move has got many praises on social media as people marvelled at the show he pulled off without breaking a sweat.
Towards the tail-end of the video, he is seen rejoicing at what he did as he goes back to the slope to repeat the action.
The boy, however, has a helmet on as a protective measure in the case of an accident.
Watch the video below:
Below are some of the responses the video got:
"Can't wait to have a son."
"Whose kid is this by the way? Small small steps add to big results"
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the video of a brother and sister performing a wrestling fight broke the internet.
Posted by @KelzMff, the Twitter user captioned the video: "Please, don't try this at home". In the funny clip that got many talking online, the older of the two children handled the other with utmost care.
The boy carried the sister in a playful manner and in a way that ensures nothing happens to her during the performance.
As it is in a typical wrestling sport, the sister 'slapped' her brother as he pretended her hand wielded enough power to turn his neck.
Just after that, he carried the little girl up, flipped her over with her head upside down as he pretended to give a smackdown. Many people on social media were amazed at how the brother made sure nothing happened to his sister all through their playful performance.
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Source: Yen News