- A two-year-old girl has stunned the internet with a video dancing happily to Stonebwoy's Putuu song
- The bubbly little girl had to put the food in her hand down in order for her to enjoy her dance
- Her dance moves and the way she sang the song proves that she is a music lover
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An adorable video of a little girl dancing to Stonebwoy’s Putuu song has surfaced on the internet.
The little girl made various dance moves, shaking her body, jumping up and down which show how she was really enjoying the song.
In the video seen by YEN.com.gh, on Ghgossip_hq Instagram page, the girl was eating when the song started to play.
Immediately, she bent down to drop the food on the floor in order to free her hands to enjoy her dance.
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The girl’s identity is not known but she is obviously a bubbly kid who loves to have fun.
Baby Maxin model-like poses
In yet another development, the daughter of Nana Ama McBrown, Baby Maxin, has stunned fans with her poses in seven new photos.
Glittering in a cute black dress with a pair of shows and headband to match, Baby Maxin posed beautifully and skillfully like a model.
Her neck was adorned with lovely ornaments to enhance her beauty.
She was also captured in an adorable video learning French with a self-taught machine.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Baby Maxin sits quietly while she listens to the machine mention some words in French.
The word being discussed at the time the video was recorded was “Je t’aime”, which means “I love you”.
From the video, it is seen that Baby Maxin is looking smaller than she looks now, an indication that she started taking her French lessons long ago.
Samini and 8 children
In other news, Ghanaian Dancehall musician, Samini’s sons are all-grown now according to a recent photo of the boys with their long rasta.
In the photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Samini posed in-between the boys who were full of smiles.
We also published photos of all of Samini's eight children.