Cabinet minister's live interview went viral, son started doing strange acts from...

Cabinet minister’s live interview went viral, son started doing strange acts from behind on zoom call – Watch Video

Cabinet minister’s live interview went viral

Since the arrival of the Corona Pandemic, the work of people around the world is going on online. In which if anything is going on the most online, then it is the office work of the people. In such a situation, it is becoming very difficult for everyone to attend online meetings from home. Especially when you have children in the house. A video is going viral on social media, in which his son did something during the live interview of a minister, after which the video of his interview is going viral on social media. This video is of a live interview of a New Zealand minister. In which no one will be able to stop his laughter after seeing the action that his son did from behind during the interview.

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During the interview, Minister Carmel seemed a bit uncomfortable and embarrassed after this act of her son, but later she shared the video of the incident on Twitter and called it a funny incident. Now this video is going viral on social media. People are also liking this video a lot, because during the online meeting with most of the people in the era of Corona, such an incident definitely happens.

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New Zealand’s Minister of Social Development Carmel Sepuloni was giving seven Live Zoom Interviews on Radio Samoa. Meanwhile, his son comes in the room and starts showing carrots to him from behind him. Minister Sepuloni forbids showing carrots to her son, but the son was not ready to listen to her. The minister also tries several times to take the carrot in the child’s hand from her hand, but the son repeatedly waves it upwards to show them the strange shaped carrot.

Millions of people have watched this video so far and are also giving their comments. Carmel is also seen in the video apologizing to the host for her son’s interference and asking the child to leave the room. The minister has written in his tweet that he was feeling a bit strange at that time, but later when he saw this clip, he had a lot of fun.


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