God created every human to be unique. We can train our bodies to perform whatever task we want. What matters is our determination to set our minds on it.
Shakirudeen Adewale Alade aka Bonetics is an African boy who has trained his body to be as flexible as he wants. He is originally from Nigeria, but born in Britain. Shakirudeen is a peculiar boy with huge talent. His talent of contortionism was discovered at an early age of 6. For 5 years, Bonetics dedicated his time and energy into continuous practice and stretching.
What is contortionism?
You may be wondering what contortionism is. Contortion (sometimes called contortionism) is a performance art in which performers called contortionists showcase their skill of extreme physical flexibility.
In 2015, Bonetics participated in the Britains Got Talent show and the judges were stunned at his ability to twist his body into unusual positions. He was 17 years old at that time. Simeon Cowell, who has been one of the judges for years admitted that Bonetics' performance was one of the most incredible things he had ever witnessed in the show. Even though he was evicted in the semi-finals, Shakirudeen (Bonetics) has since then become popular due to his rare talent.
Apart from being a contortionist, Bonetics is also a dancer and musician.
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I was amazed at how flexible he is, despite his muscular body build.
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