Moment Nigerian Newborn Baby Gives Dad A Bombastic Side-eye When He Jokingly Mentioned US Birth (Video)

A video of a newborn baby giving his dad a bombastic side-eye after he mentioned that the infant would have been born in the United States has gone on social media and made people laugh.

The clip, seen on TikTok, started with the man trying to touch the kid's face as he played with his newborn.

Speaking in Pidgin, the man said to the kid that they were supposed to go to the United States and then requested that the newborn smile.

To his surprise, the kid refused to obey his command and instead gave him a funny side-eye. The man kept commanding the kid to smile to no avail.

The video left netizens in stitches.

Netizens Reactions…

@Mammie Dee said; “Why you sef dey tell the baby too smell instead of smile you con dey tell the baby too go US.”

@blessingngozi739 said; “Jesusomo dis bby Dey para ooo.”

@ZDi Justine said; “Person wey dey vex say he was born in Nigeria you still dey remind say nah US he suppose dey.”

@Irebeth said; “Baby was like' must you remind me of being in Nigeria abeg shift joor'.”

@Stephanie Lee said; “Bbys of nowadays come day sabi eye person . Were Una frm come.”

@Kim blink said; “You know watin the pikin eyes don first see for US when make am come Nigeria.” Ashley

@Michael said; “He da vex for you,how you go born this cute boy for balablu country.”

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@bby_light2 😂😂😂😂😂😂#fypシ゚viral🖤tiktok #trending #fyp #viral #fypシ #fypシ #viral #lightbby2 #lashextensions ♬ original sound – Babylight💝

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