Wrote film star John Cena left a young South African rapper stunned and screeching as she did paid homage to the pile on US television.
Sho Madjozi's title John Cena became a viral hit that earned the young star a spot on vocalist Kelly Clarkson's new TV chat show, but the hip hop hopefuls had made it that the man who inspired the tune would stand behind her when she performed it.
The magical moment was recorded earlier this week (beg04Nov19) and broadcast on Friday in the Kelly Clarkson Show.
Before her great surprise, Sho revealed that she had seen Cena wrestling in rural South Africa on a television in her village, pretending to be the big guy while playing with her friends.
She was thrilled When a photo of her appeared on Cena's Instagram account, it was not there, so she still had no idea what her hero was thinking about her song.
But then John slipped behind her as she performed, causing the rapper to stop her song and screech across the studio. before he jumped into Cena's arms.
The Trainwreck star admitted to being a big fan of the track, inspired by a bad breakup.
"People find inspiration in the song," he said. "Their song is essentially about heartbreak, but it's really cool because it's an energetic song and you can record something negative in your life and express it creatively, literally reaching audiences around the world.
"You forget the impact you have on people … That makes me half cool again, which is the best thing ever. I am so excited to know that essentially what I have done has had an impact on people around the world. "
The track has also inspired a viral dance challenge that Cena finds hilarious because" I can not dance! "
Sho went on to tell her hero that she would have chosen the name John Cena as her rap grip if he had not already had the nickname, and called on the wrestler and actor," If you want to borrow it, it has legs.