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Angry boy (4) hits his elder sister to behave: She is twerking [Video]

An angry boy, who thinks that her elder sister is misbehaving hits his sister with a broomstick because she was learning how to twerking with a friend.

A small child did not hesitate to hit his big sister on the head, because she is together with a friend were doing twerking or reggaeton dance, in the presence of their mothers and in her educational center.

Reggaeton is a music style which originated in Puerto Rico during the late 1990s. It is influenced by hip hop and Latin American and Caribbean music. While twerking is a type of dance originating as part of the bounce music scene of New Orleans in the late 1980s. Individually-performed, chiefly but not exclusively by women, dancers move throwing or thrusting their hips back or shaking their buttocks, often in a low squatting stance.

The viral video from Rio de Janeiro [Brazil], shows two girls about 10 years old, dancing “up-down” leaning against the wall.

Angry boy (4) hits his elder sister to behave: She is twerking [Video]

However, the youngest – 4 years old – approaches one of them and hits her hard on the head with a broomstick, breaking it. The images also show that the event occurred in the presence of the mothers of the children, who try to control the child.

The video was shared in different social networks, calling the attention of the users that the place where the event was done was on the premises of an educational center.

In spite of everything, the video caused a sensation in several corners of the world, where several users split up, while some celebrated that the child had given “a behavioral lesson” to his sister, others highlighted how ill-educated the child is.


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