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Ronaldinho salutes Sitya Loss kids


To some, the Sitya Loss frenzy is on a downward journey, but to people like former Barcelona star Ronaldinho Gaúcho, it is such hot news! Word has it that although the video went viral and spread in so many parts of the world, Sitya Loss just started its journey in South America. And after watching the video recently, Ronaldinho could not resist to share it on his social media pages; the Querétaro midfielder recently posted the video on his Facebook and Instagram pages as well as on his blog,, and had this to say: “Some things you can learn, and others you are just born with. These African kids just showed that age does not matter when you have the rhythm inside of you! You can tell that the smaller ones are also on the right track when they are trying to follow the older ones! In the end, the little girl comes up and shows that she’s got just as much rhythm!” The footie star’s love for music became a public secret after he was accused of hitting different hangouts during his stay in Spain. Ronaldinho was at one time pictured attending our very own Irene Namubiru concert at a club in Paris, France. In his post about the Sitya Loss dancers, Ronaldinho went ahead and wrote about his love for music; “I remember when I was a little kid and I used to samba, and had so much fun doing it! I still do on the field from time to time.” He saluted the children, saying he is not been as talented as they are; “In Brazil, they say you learn samba before you learn to walk. I still don’t think I ever had the skills that some of these kids in the video do. Some of them are doing Michael Jackson moves! It just blows my mind to see that. These kids are awesome!!” This coupled with a recent deal that saw them get their first European gig, we are sure the kids have a reason to smile and keep working hard!

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