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John Boyega pictured with Ikorodu talented dancing kids, Dream Catchers

Hollywood actor, John Boyega has expressed his excitement meeting with the Ikorodu talented dancing kids, Dream Catchers. They ran into each other twice during the British-Nigerian actor’s visit to Lagos recently where he saw them perform.

One of the videos of their meeting which he shared also shows British model, Naomi Campbell taking pictures with them.

John Boyega currently has a movie at the top of North American box office after knocking off Black Panther.

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Some little children in Ikorodu, Lagos state Nigeria have gotten the attention of US singer, Rihanna. This was after the singer used one of their dancing videos to express how she felt upon discovering that she has emerged the first female artiste to cross 2 billion worldwide streams on Apple music. Rihanna wrote:

”when I found out that I was the first female artist to cross 2 billion worldwide streams on Apple Music! 
God is too lit!!!!”

The video shows four little girls dancing skillfully to a song by Wizkid. Watch video below.

Aware of the global attention they got as a result of the singer placing their video on her Instagram page with over 60 million followers, the dancing group decided to appreciate her by sending the picture below which she uploaded to her page as well. She wrote:

”awww my Lil squad…..I love YOU guys! I speak on behalf of the entire social media when I say this… you really brought a pure joy to our spirits just by seeing how happy you are when you dance! You personally made my day! Keep up the great work kids! ❤ (see previous post)”

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