Dancing Streets Kids From Ikorodu Get Recognition From Rihanna
While music producer, DOn Jazzy is still waiting for the day Rihanna will recognize him.Some street kids turned dancers, are already living the dream.
A few days ago, Rihanna used a video of children dancers from Ikorodu Lagos, called Dream Catchers to celebrate being the first woman to cross 2 billion worldwide streams on Apple Music.
The kids made a cardboard with the inscription; "we love you Rihanna" to thank her for the recognition.
She did not only re-post it on her Instagram page, she also thanked them for making her day.
Riri was not the only person they thanked for sharing their video, super model Naomi Campbell and music mogul Diddy were also appreciated for sharing the video of these adorable kids.
The girls in the video are part of a dance group called Dream Catchers.
The group is a team of less-privileged children whose welfare — from education to shelter — are taken care of by its founder, Seyi Oluyole.
She uses dance to encourage them to stay in school, and these dream catchers seem to already be catching their dreams.
Donjazzy could learn from these kids, on how to get the attention from his crush.