- A kid has 'taken over' a party he attended with his uncle as he vibed with his 'gbese' moves
- Adults around him encouraged the kid as he tried hard to dance to Naira Marley's Mafo song
- Many tweeps said that the boy had all the moves in his head but found it difficult to execute them
The video of a kid 'kicking it' as he listened to Naira Marley's Mafo has generated massive reactions on Twitter.
A man with the Twitter handle @odenibo said that the kid is his nephew as he wondered where he learnt the dance moves he was displaying.
In the short clip, the boy made a great attempt at 'gbese' and he almost fully succeeded. Perhaps what thrilled people more was the way he kept dancing with his pointed fingers.
As the boy vibed to the song, adults around cheered him on. It was such a funny sight.
Watch the clip below:
Below are some of the reactions to the video which has been watched more than 80,000 times:
"Kiddwaya must be proud of these steps."
"This boy sabi dance pass Kiddwaya."
This kid is exhausted mentally trying to bring the dance step in his head to his body... i swear he actually knows the steps in his head but his body is betraying him."
"Omg he's so cute, he's trying to produce a gbese right there but the legs not doing same maths with his head. kids are so adorable."
"The dance dey the head but e no gree come out. Lil man was tryna gbese the whole time. He is sooo cutee tbh."
"Kids learn very fast by what they see. So he has been watching u or anyone at home and the way they dance. Now he is trying to perform what he has been seeing."
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"Little man has more moves than me and my girlfriend combined. I am livid."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young girl gave so many positive vibes as she danced to Bella Shurmda's popular song, Cash App in front of the TV.
What amazed many when her clip surfaced on Twitter was that she sang along as she watched the music video.
The kid does the popular hand moves popularised by Zlatan Ibile and combined it with some legwork drill.
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