[WATCH] Father dresses up as Frozen's Elsa, dances with son to 'Let it Go'
Even though Disney's Frozen movie was released a long time ago, the movie remains a favourite in many homes.
So, when a little boy wanted to dance to his favourite song from the movie, 'Let it Go', his father dressed up as Elsa and they danced together with the video going viral.
Watch this adorable video below.
Elsewhere, on What's Gone Viral with Khabazela, a learner renders a powerful speech about 'respect' leaving social media users in awe.
Love is a must. Relationship is a choice. Love this young man 👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿— Prince Lesuphi (@PrinceLesuphi) January 29, 2019
You see that boy is LEADERSHIP! pic.twitter.com/Amc9QFp1t1— Thembinkosi Dyonashe (@Lord_McDyonashe) January 29, 2019
Listen below to What's Gone Viral with Khabazela:
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