- The video of a kid breaking a TV screen just because he wanted to assist his superhero in winning a fight has gone viral
- In the short clip, the toddler hurled different items at the screen until the whole gadget was rendered useless
- People who reacted to the video wondered where exactly the two-year-old's parents were while the destruction was taking place
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A video shared by @usatoday on Instagram has shown a two-year-old's surprising reaction when he saw that his superhero was taking a beating in a movie.
In an attempt to rescue the character out of the claws of bad guys, the kid lifted a small toy and hurled it towards the TV screen.
The destruction was massive
After his action broke a part of the screen, he never stopped there. He went ahead to smash the other part with an item, rendering the whole gadget unwatchable.
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Many people have reacted angrily to the kid's action as they wondered who was filming the child while the act was playing out.
Watch the video below:
As at the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 800 comments with more than 13,000 likes.
Where are the parents?
We compiled some of the reactions below:
"Scary how easy it is to break a TV screen."
"He may have broken the Tv, but he sacrifice it to save his Hero."
"The children of this generation are Dracula."
"What he's pissed about is that nobody has changed his diaper!"
"Not cute. Where was the parental supervision and a diaper change?"
"He repeats what he sees, what he is inspired to do. No more no less."
A grandma and grandchild danced
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that a grandmother and her grandchild gave so many positive vibes as they showed some cool dance moves to one of the songs, Ginger, on Wizkid's Made in Lagos album.
In a short clip that has gone really viral, the baby's mother with the Twitter handle @feyi_bello captioned it with: "My mother & daughter ladies & gentlemen."
As the music played on, the little girl hopped, jibing her hands in the air. The grandma on the other hand moved her waist slowly to the rhythm.