Kids in Nigeria flawlessly remake Justin Bieber’s "Intentions" music video

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A group of children in Africa have created a remake of Justin Bieber’s “Intentions” music video that would blow the “Yummy” singer’s mind.

The Dream Catchers, who also goes by "The Happy Kids," are a dance group made up of orphaned and underprivileged kids in Nigeria.

A majority of the children on the dance team “have suffered loss, lived on the street and begged to feed,” according to the organization’s website. “Yet they exude so much charm, joy and positivity when they dance and sing.”

Their joy is almost palpable in their “Intentions” music video, an amazing copy of the original, which has racked up over 10,000 likes and more than 500 comments so far on Instagram.

According to Dream Catchers Academy, their students, who all live together as a family, are particularly “susceptible to risk” and “have chosen dance and similar art forms as a means of survival to change their lives.”

The group depends on donations from viewers to support the children and help them afford shelter, food, clean drinking water, clothing, education and proper healthcare.

Learn more about how to contribute here.

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