A video of a baby dancing on his bed after he heard his favourite song playing on the TV has got peeps talking Seconds before the song came on TV,
the baby was sleeping with his feeding bottle close to his mouth The small boy who seemed excited as he performed like a rapper never let his bottle out of his sight Legit.ng is celebrating business personalities of 2022. See top entrepreneurs of Fintech, Startup, Transportation, Banking and other sectors!
A mother, @meemee_savage, has shared her baby’s reaction when she immediately started playing a YoungBoy’s Ryte Night on TV. The boy was sleeping with his feeding bottle close to his mouth when the mother walked in. As soon as the song came on, he quickly stood up from his cradle and started dancing.
Baby vibes to YoungBoy’s Ryte Night The speed at which he came into his act in a video shared on TikTok got many impressed. He even gestured like a rapper performing on a stage.
While dancing and looking at his mother, he made sure his feeding bottle never left his hand. It was such a funny sight.
Watch the video below:
As of the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 5,000 comments with over 600,000 likes. Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below: static2.5 said: “Hada get the bottle first fr.”
Lay said: “He lowkey looks like travis hunter.” Cool_enough23 said: “Stumbled out his sleep to get us right.” Keara said: “When you fall asleep in the club but then the dj play your fav song.” ButterCream86 said: “That’s how my son be about King Von.” Cashena Castello said: “He pick up his hennessy to party hard.” Belma blink said: “He took his bottle before any distraction.”
Baby pretending to be asleep
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a mother, @jenicecyster, shared a very lovely video showing how her newborn baby always reacted whenever she heard her voice. In a clip that has gathered hundreds of comments, the woman walked into a room saying “good morning” in a sing-song voice. Immediately the kid heard her voice, she kicked her legs as if she was trying to quickly perfect an act. Seconds after, the baby stayed still, pretending as if she was asleep.