Gosiengfiao sisters do the #BboomBboomChallenge and netizens like it!

On May 8, Filipino celebrity and influencer Alodia Gosiengfiao posted a video of her and her sister Ashley dancing to MOMOLAND’s signature Bboom Bboom dance moves.

In the video, Alodia tried convincing her sister to do the #BboomBboomChallenge, luring her with ice cream treats which did not work. She then offered to give Ashley a cloth mask leopard and a desperado crate for the game Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds which did the trick.

Comments from netizens showed that they enjoyed the challenge!

Some also noticed how Ashley seemed to have danced “better” than Alodia although they still liked seeing the two sisters dance to this K-Pop dance challenge.

MOMOLAND’s Bboom Bboom was released early this year. It has since then became one of the known “bop,” gaining popularity among K-Pop fans. It has been performed several times by local Filipino celebrities and in noontime shows. You can watch the music video below:

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