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People can barely keep up with rapper, Twista when he's on the microphone, but a sign language master proved she's got the finger flexibility to spit hot fire from her hands.
Twista is known for being one of the fastest rappers in the game, and was performing on Friday Aug. 16th in Springfield, IL when fans started to notice the sign language interpreter on stage with him not skipping a beat to the fast lyrics.
Fans weren't the only ones to appreciate her lightning fast talent, because Twista also tried to give her a run for her money, and when she kept up he gave made props.
Twista, real name Carl Mitchell, captioned the post by writing, "Wow she can really keep up #summer96 #twista #signlanguage on overdrive."
In the video the two of them can be seen rapping and signing in complete unison, and it's a wonder the signer is able to keep up with the lyrics.
We found out the name of the talented signer and it's Amber Galloway Gallego, and she is a well-known ASL interpreter who specializes in music and festivals.
Gallego has interprested for more than 400 artists.
Her website explains Gallego wanted to become a rapper herself, but "turned this passion and gift into a specialization in music interpreting, especially hip hop and rap."
Fans have also taken notice of Gallego's skills, commenting on Instagram, "First off, it's awesome that you have someone to do that at your shows. She is a special talent to be able to keep up with you. "