Shoemaker wows lady as he uses his wooden box to entertain her with sweet beats (Video)

Shoemaker wows lady as he uses his wooden box to entertain her with sweet beats (Video)

- A shoemaker in Jabi area of Abuja has received wide attention after he made cool tunes

- With his shoebox, the man mixed beats that made a lady dance in great joy

- Many tweeps praised him, saying they love his happiness and show of dignity

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The video of a shoe repairer and some ladies has gone viral. In the clip, the young man made sonorous tunes with his box.

Posting the content on Twitter, a tweep with the handle @BrodaDerah described the shoemaker as a hitmaker.

Delighted by the tunes, a lady danced towards the man as she vibed hard to the music he was making.

Another person behind the camera, probably the one filming, served as a hype man to the entertaining show.

Watch the video below:

At the time of writing this report, the video has been watched over 15,000 times with hundreds of retweets. compiled some of the reactions below:

@_Alhaji_KOSEN_ said:

"Shey dey dashed this guy money for making them happy."

@ishak2isma said:

"You see!...this is how we should hv live our lives in peace and unity without harming one another.... One Nigeria, one nation."
Shoemaker in Abuja entertain lady with sweet beats made with box, video stirs reactions
The video has gained many reactions online. Photo source: @BrodaDerah
Source: Twitter

@eyenibibio1 said:

"He's always happy with his work. Even saw him today at Jabi today."

@thatmoiguy said:

"Omoo. See beatzz. Sarz no do pass this one."

@TimDunc32562631 said:

"Make dem spray dat guy money nah."

@Owleesah_ said:

"Shows that regardless of who we are, where we from, our social class, we're all humans deserving of happiness and humanity."

Meanwhile, earlier reported that the video of a little boy making rhythms by slapping against the surface of a washing machine generated massive reactions on social media.

A Twitter user, @niqueharp, who shared the video said the kid is just two years old. In the clip, the boy turns "daddy, where are you?" into a song, backing it up with beats coming from his slaps.

To add more chords to his sound, he tapped his right leg repeatedly on the floor in a way that complements the one he makes with his hands.

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