Little powpow dancer video goes viral

I’m a dancer I’ve been on this for about 6 years and when she was born outside I wanted to instill my teachings to him but I didn’t really force him to do it right away so he kind did it on his own he went to Powell as he started dancing like you do every intertribal and then the last power we went to he dance like every song almost so I was like okay I’m going to make him an outfit and after that we went to the U of A Augustana campus we went out there we did for shows but he only did two the video was taken on the last show a lot of friends call and you’re like man I seen your kids video and they’re all just like that is awesome like that is that his first times I guess is first time they’re like no it’s not Martina called me and she just like 100000 earth like what I was like I seen it was just a hundred thousand and like it’s still going up and that’s really awesome there’s like grandparents and moms and dads we are baby we can’t get our baby to dance and I’m just like just I don’t know that I’m suddenly right there to let them do it on their own that’s what we did we didn’t work
Toddler Albert (A.J.) Apsassin wowed onlookers with his powwow dancing on National Indigenous Day. The video of the first-time performer has since gone viral. His mom says ‘he’s a natural.’
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