Meet the 7-year-old who nailed the viral M'Baku challenge

Jordan Rae Bascombe-Ralph, 7, appears live on "GMA" after an adorable video his mother posted of him impersonating the "Black Panther" character went viral.
5:02 | 03/12/18

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We have another inspiring story. Meet Jordan Bascombe Ralph. He's an internet sensation. His re-creation of "Black panther" has gotten 10 million views. It's gotten the attention of Michael B. Jordan. It started with the m'baku challenge. Now this morning, he and his mother, Brittni Rae are joining us live. Good morning. Good morning. And Brittni Rae. I love that. Wakanda forever. Wakanda forever. How did you first hear about the challenge? We didn't know it was a challenge. We saw one video after we saw the movie. We thought, wow, we know those lines, too. Let's make a video. And Jordan, did you love the move my, my man? Yes. And Brittni Rae, did you enjoy the movie? How did Jordan react in the movie? What was his reaction as it unfolded? As soon as we watched it, he wanted to go back and see it again. He normally doesn't stay awake through 2 1/2-hour movies. I knew something was different. I want to know how many tubes of your lib stick it took to make him into m'baku? About five. And he's not the only superfan. You're a superfan, too. Yes. I'm obsessed. I love this movie. It's more than a movie, it's a movement. Jordan -- Jordan. I know you're feeling a little shy. I want to brag about you. Michael B. Jordan saw your video. And he said, and I quote, little man, you nailed it! What do you want to say to Michael B. Jordan? It was cool because in the movie commented on my video. Not just somebody. Can we see it? Can we see the m'baku challenge? Stand up and do it. M'baku, what are you doing here? It's challenge day. We have watch and listened from the mountains as the technological advancements have been overseen by a child! And I know you would -- who couldn't keep his own father MM? We will not have it. I said we will not have it. I m'baku, the leader of the tribe, accept your challenge. There you go. He's going. Asuperstar. I know when they do the second one, Jordan, think you should be in it, man. That was strong. We wanted to give you something special so we have some "Black panther" toys they're going to bring out to you right there. We have producers to bring them out to you. There we go. Hey, Jordan. Hey, Jordan. We're not done yet, Jordan. Everyone was so taken aback by your performance that m'baku himself has a special message for you. Jordan. I, m'baku, leader of the -- wish to make you an or rare member of my tribe. Few for killing the M' Baku challenge. You're amazing. I love you. You're amazing. Thank you for participating. Thank you for making such an amazing video. I couldn't have done it better myself. Thank you, thank your family. You guys are awesome. Bless. What do you think about that, Jordan? How cool is that? Thumb's up. It's very cool. You're one great young actor, my friend. Jordan, thank you. Brittni Rae, thank you so much. Appreciate it. Congratulations. Thank you. It's amazing how shy he is. When he does that, comes out of his shell.

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