- A little kid's brilliance and smartness captured in a viral video has caused commotion on social media
- In the video, the little kid on instruction of an adult picked up a phone and remarkably searched Wizkid's hit song Essence by herself
- The smart girl then went on to play the song to the admiration of the adult on scene and internet users
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A little girl has earned the admiration of social media users following her exhibition of brilliance at a given task many of her age wouldn't have succeeded at.
In a video shared on Instagram by @saintavenue_ent1, the little girl was directed by an adult in the background to pick up the phone lying on the table and play Wizkid's song Essence.
The toddler quietly picked up the smartphone and like a tech savvy adult navigated the buttons and located the music icon.
Upon locating the music icon, the smart kid then played the song featuring Tems and Justin Bieber.
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The adult in the background exclaimed in awe at the kid's brilliance and further directed her to increase the volume of the song.
Many people gush
"Omagadddd baby sooo smart goshhhh"
"Siri granddaughter the toddlers Dey handle phone ehn Na wah "
" Award Grammy baby of the year 2021 go’s to her "
"The music is not even my problem. Na how this baby fit locate the music, hmmmm."
"Dz pandemic/lockdown babies u ppl are giving birth too are literally something else"
Little kid thrills the internet with fast legwork as he vibes to song Ko Por Ke
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a little kid had wowed many with his beautiful fast legwork.
In an Instagram video shared by @djwapsam, the kid started off with the focus dance as the song, Ko Por Ke, by Nigerian artiste Mohbad was being played.
In split seconds, he switched to doing legwork while still keeping up with the rhythm of the song.
An adult turned the lad's hypeman as he was obviously wowed by the boy's talent. The lad motivated by the hype increased the speed of his legwork and the dancing space he utilised.