- A kid has amassed popularity again many months after his dance video first rocked the internet
- People clapped for him as he demonstrated quick 'legwork' to Olamide's Motigbana
- The boy screamed at a point to show he was enjoying his sweet dance act
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The video of a kid kicking it hard to one of Olamide's songs, Motigbana, has resurfaced online and generated massive reactions online. Nigerians praised the boy's legwork.
The clip of the boy first became a viral sensation online at a time when the dance step was new and popularised by songs like Mr Real's Legbegbe.
@Naija_PR, the Twitter handle that re-posted the video captioned it: "We won't forget this young boy." Who would for the much entertainment his moves gave many?
As the boy does the side-to-side fast leg movement, adults around him cheered as their screams served as motivation for an encore.
Perhaps the most interesting thing about the boy dancing was the character he infused into his act.
Watch the clip below:
Despite being an old video, it was watched more than 7,000 times.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"His dancing step is supper."
"Abeg shey dem fast forward this boy?"
"I like the boy already."
"So much passion."
"Watin this boy dey take."
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young girl has given 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.
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The kid does the popular hand moves popularised by Zlatan Ibile and combined it with the legwork known as gbese.
Many wondered how the girl learnt all the moves and song. The Twitter handle (@Naija_PR) that posted the video was more concerned about the TV falling off.
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