Where Are My Parents: This Little Blonde Haired Girl Can Groove… A Little Too Much!

- By Bossip Staff Categories: In White Folks News, News, Where Are My Parents

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The little blonde haired girl up top is seen in the video under the hood, working-it-out to some Dance Hall. We would not let our 7 year olds dance like this, but whatever.

Pop the top to the see fair skinned girl grooving…AND ON BEAT!

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Comments

  • tif

    1st!

  • charlieblanko

    first you thirsty hoes…

  • Nique

    LMAO @charlieblanko-not quite buddy! Your throat still dry???

    And that girl is light-skin rocking a wig

  • Mock Rock Star

    I’m on the fence about this one…I don’t encourage the “gyrating”, but I like her other moves. She seems as if she’s from Brazil or somewhere like that…

  • Sloppy Seconds are for Losers

    Nothing special and not a good dancer..she has been taught the steps but she is no natural born dancer.

  • paulwhiskey06

    She isnt 7, thats a midget!!

  • Kali

    She needs a whoopin! LOL…Good dancer!! Ha

  • Kami All Day

    Jamaicans have been dancing like this for YEARS.

    I guess when a white person dances and has some rhythm, it’s like the discovery of the 7th wonder of the world.

    *laughing*

    It amazes me how white people will talk about black people, and how we dress, how we talk, how we dance….but yet……STEAL everything they talk about.

    *still laughing*

  • Kami All Day

    White people have no culture anyways, so to have something (like thickness and ass, and even rhythm), its like a new found theory.

    GTFOH!

  • Street butterfly

    It is really the end of days when a caucasian child can dance to reggae and ON BEAT!!!! ….. Wow!!!

  • HoSitDown

    This aint DanceHall, lets get that clear..

  • B

    which eediat fool call this dancehall??

  • wtfever

    I think she can dance and its a cute clip

  • GET IT!

    Dutty Whine is dancehall the music this girl is dancing to is not.

  • Bahia

    HoSitDown is right. This clearly isn’t dancehall. It’s African…soukous or ndombolo.

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