Arguably, this video of a little white boy singing and dancing to Babes Wodumo’s hit track Wololo is the sweetest thing you will get to see today.
From church choirs to adorable kids, everyone seems to be addicted to the song, making it safe to call it the national anthem.
Mamphintsha shared the video of the cute boy on social media and we can’t stop watching it. In the video the boy entertained his audience by singing the hit track Wololo. Even more captivating is the way he imitates Babes Wodumo’s dance moves in a way that will surely leave a smile on your face.
Watch the video here;
Mbuyiseni Ndlozi who is the spokesperson for the EFF hailed Babes for breaking barriers through her music.
“When Babes Wodumo has captured the imagination of so young a white kid: we must salute her! True music really defies race: ask Bob Marley,” he tweeted.
The video has been viewed thousands of times as people can’t get enough of the skinny little boy trying his best to impersonate Babes Wodumo.
Currently, Babes Wodumo can be counted as one of the most influential musicians in Mzansi. The young star has continued to wax strong in spite of criticisms bedeviling her career. While some say she’s a bad influence, others accuse her of promoting hard drugs with the title of one of her hits.
However, that doesn’t stop her music from trending. In fact, party goers, students on a protest match and even churchgoers seem to chose her music more often.
It’s probably because the deceased fellow was a fan of the singer, whatever the case may be, but a video which circulated late last year saw some church members doing justice to Babes Wodumo’s Wololo at a funeral.