We have seen many special talents, but some are just unbelievable. To an extent, we tend to identify them as witchcrafts. This particular gift is one of a kind because we have never seen a single person display it. You may have, probably, heard humans cry like animals. However, it would be difficult to find one with a wide range of performances.
On Angel FM Drive Time with Ike the Unpredictable, a 23 year old guy showed his ability to cry like the various animals in the world. It was, kind of, a special, weird talent unveiled to the world. He cried like an elephant, a crocodile, a butterfly among others. What even proved his prowess was the part he made the sounds of dogs in different situations: local dog, foreign one, the smitten type.
Do you believe it is pure talent or qualifies to be magical? Comment your answer in the section below. You just have to watch the video to believe - to clear your doubts. The link is made available in the comment section.
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