The trending video now on Instagram is the clip of a handicap dancing to Naira Marley's song. This video was posted by yabaleftonlime on Instagram.
The president of Marian and also the CEO of Marian music is a rugged street musician.
The handicapped whose name was not disclosed danced with all his energy in this video. The title of the song he danced to was Koleyewon sang by Naira Marley.
This particular music has been influencing people since the time it was released.
With regards to the video, it's obvious that this guy is a fan of the Naira market and he can be called a Malian.
The video of this dancing challenged Malian has sparked up social media most especially Instagram and it has generated several reactions from Instagram users.
A guy said " he would have been a great dancer if he has his two legs"
A lady with the Instagram handle Phoebe kike said " This video made my day"
See what others said about this viral video. You can also tell the public your view about this video in the comment section.
Watch the video: https://www.instagram.com/reel/CLmpATBHtEI/?igshid=1thrrqquhbkkj
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