- A video of a talented little girl exhibiting her dance prowess has surfaced on social media
- The clip shows the little genius displaying her dance skills as she whines up her waist in a synchronising fashion
- The video of the youngster has gone viral, generating massive comments online
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A video showing a little girl's pure and unbridled joy in dancing to a popular Nigerian song has gone viral, generating mixed reactions on social media.
The viral video of the dancing little queen has won over the internet despite raising the issue of proper child training.
In the video which has been widely circulated on social media, the little genius can be seen performing most of the trendy dance moves with excitement.
The less than two minutes video opens with the girl hitting the centre space of her family's living room to have the fun of her life.
She whines her waist and moves her body along with facial gestures like a professional dancer.
The clip of the little girl delightfully exhibiting her dance mastery has left many stunned.
Ghanaian television presenter and radio host, Abigail Ashley is among many on social media who have been left astonished by the youngster.
''And I laughed and shakes my head, This my technology generation Children,'' she wrote along with the video.
Many social media users have also commented about the video since it emerged online.
Afuadeka indicated she believes the little girl is older than she looks.
''Eiii God this is an ancestor hmm.''
Ruthyirenkyi couldn't but laugh controllably, expressing that with long emojis.
''my ribs oooo eeeeeish.''
Kimch247 holds a different view.
She writes, ''Some parents think making their kids do these things is nice but it's bad training. They should do better for their future.''
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that some people can really move their waist in a way that seems impossible.
A young lady that recently went viral while dancing in a clip, is one of those lucky ones who were born with the amazing and entertaining ability to move.
Heading to Twitter, a young man and one of the many fans of the dancer, @ThapeloMalete_ decided to praise her and share the clip of her dancing with his followers who were just as impressed as he was.
In other news, a US-based second-year Ghanaian law student at the Syracuse University College of Law, Hilda Frimpong, has been named the editor-in-chief of the Syracuse Law Review.
Frimpong, 30, has shattered the glass ceiling and makes history as the first Black person to ever hold this position.
The former Miss Ghana USA winner, who was born in Ghana and raised in Dallas, Texas, will lead the Law Review for the 2021-22 academic year with a female-dominated board.
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