Eight-year-old Florida boy with crazy breakdancing skill wants to fulfill dreams as performer

Posted at 3:35 PM, Oct 19, 2019
and last updated 2019-10-19 15:35:05-04

DJ Loheit is an eight-year-old boy in Tampa who will never be more than four feet tall. However, what he lacks in height he makes up in dance moves. He dreams of being a famous street performer.

He was on a family vacation in California when he jumped right in with the Calypso Tumblers of Venice Beach and he’s been taking over sidewalks ever since.

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DJ’s mom decided to reach out to a professional dance instructor and see just how good her son is.

“So when he first came into the studio he came in on his hands like doing a hand stand,” said instructor Manuela Oliveira. “He grabs the attention of anybody and everybody around, so I see him really getting as far as he wants.”

DJ hopes to have his own street performance group in New York City someday.

“I want to get a group of people who are the best dancers in the whole wide world like me,” said DJ.

When asked why New York, he said, “Everyone goes crazy at night.”