7 year old "wonder woman" sets the dance floor on fire

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Ja'milya Baber dressed as Wonder Woman for her school's Halloween dance and literally set the dance floor on fire. The pint-sized jubilant dancer who has been bullied for her very diminutive size can be seen dancing without a care.

However people's opinion escalated quickly with some saying her dance moves are "cute" while others were clearly against a child dancing so provocatively.

Some parents didn't like the notion of a child dancing this way... 

Whilst others thought she rocked it.

Do you let your child dance the way he/she wants? Do you think children should express themselves in their own way? Send your stories to chatback@parent24.com and we may publish it.

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