Sign Language Interpreter Keeps Up With The World’s Fastest Rapper

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Sign Language Interpreter Keeps Up With The World’s Fastest Rapper

 


Music is a subjective thing; everyone has their own different taste and preference. For example, not everyone likes listening to some genres because they make them feel sad, and there are also some people who never enjoyed rap and hip-hop genres because they can’t keep up with the lyrics of the song. 

But in an article published by People.com, a website that provides news about celebrity and human-interest stories, they reported on a viral video that shows a sign language interpreter quickly interpreting a song by Twista, the world’s fastest rapper. The Internet adored the skill of the interpreter as she tried to keep up with the rapper on stage.

The viral video features Amber Galloway, who appears to be keeping up with the rapid-rapping musician word for word. The 48-second clip which shows her dancing and signing at the rapper’s recent concert has been retweeted at least 12,000 times and social media users are weighing in to give Gallego the praise that she deserves. 

 

Photo Credit: Andrew Barber/Twitter (via People.com)

 

“Twista’s sign language interpreter hitting every single word he fires off on stage is 10/10 content,” the Twitter user captioned alongside the video. The user also said that Gallego deserves her own Guinness World Record. In the clip, Gallego is featured signing excitedly to the audience as the rapper and the other performer rap at the opposite end of the stage. 

On the other hand, the Chicago rapper, Twista, expressed his admiration for the talented sign language interpreter in a tweet, “She’s the real MVP for keeping up with me #summer96 #signlanguagequeen.” The tweet became popular through the Twitterverse and it even caught the attention of the officials of Guinness World Records. 

 

Photo Credit: Guinness World Records via Twitter


According to the tweet from the organization, there is a category for the fastest time to spell the American sign language alphabet. The organization also said that they are open to any application. 

 

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