If you know about huruma kids, you know too well that they are the most active talented artistic mimicry dancers, actors, models, acrobats in Kenya.
The group is known to keep with the trends. Doing a mimic of every recent thing be it a music video or doing a exact picture of a celebrity.
The group has currently done a mimic video of the latest video of the global icon DJ Khaled that he featured Justin Bieber and 21 savage.
Their perfect work has gotten the attention of DJ Khaled that got him reacting on their post and reposting the video on his Instagram handles.
Well, Kenyans were not left behind to praise and congratulate the group for their good work that got them attracting the artist's attention, From Kenya to the world. Some feel that the group deserves some token for their great work.
What do you feel about the same? Don't you feel like the kids should gain massive recognition and tokens for their loads of work.
Click the link below to watch their mimic video of DJ Khaled's latest song.
See the reactions from Kenyans below,
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