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Seven-Year-Old Boy Drops Killer Moves To Justin Bieber’s “Sorry”

by Rob Smith February 02, 2016



We thought we liked “Sorry” before, but this kid has just taken our love of it to a new level.

John Phillip Bughaw aka Balang is 7-years-old, he’s from the Phillipines, and he’s got moves that attracted the attention of Ellen Degeneres and thousands of other viewers on his Facebook page.

Did we also mention that he’s giving leopard print multi-colored realness in this video? He’s definitely giving a lot for 7, but it’s all in fun and he looks like he’s having a blast.

Bieber’s Purpose World Tour starts in early Spring, and we think we just found his opening act.


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