SA toddler goes viral for epic traditional dance

SA toddler goes viral for epic traditional dance

Cuteness overload! A video of a South African toddler performing a traditional Shembe dance is going viral.

Dancing toddler
Screenshot/Facebook/Sbusiso Mabuse

We cannot get over this video and you will probably want to watch it over and over after seeing it.

The video was posted on Facebook by Sbusiso Mabuse and has been shared over 15,000 times! In the video, the toddler starts his routine holding a mini shield and feather duster. The rhythm and perfect execution make the video even more pleasurable to watch. 

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The traditional dance is from the Shembe church, which was founded in 1910 by Isaiah Shembe. It has one of the largest followings in the Zulu community and from the looks of things, it will continue to live on for many years to come.

Enjoy the video below:

Here's a video of the dance by some of the church members:

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