People show their truest selves when they know no one is watching. Meet Kallayah Jones, the woman who went viral when a camera caught her dancing after a great interview for a job opening.
Cameras caught a woman named Kallayah Jones who burst into a happy dance after an interview in Decatur. Dakara Spence, who hired Jones, shared on Instagram:
"So I just hired this young girl, and this was her response ????? #explore #viral #viralvideos #laugh #comedy."
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Spence, who works as the manager of The Spot in Decatur, posted camera footage captured outside the establishment, showing Jones’s happy dance as she made her way to the parking lot. The interview went well, and she could not hold her excitement.
Having been homeless for two years and fired from several jobs due to the global pandemic, Jones’s immeasurable joy was understandable and warmly admired during such gloomy times.
Spence reportedly said that she recognized something special and positive in Jones during the job interview. The moment she walked in, there was a great energy that Spence could not ignore.
So many people have struggled to keep their jobs.
After Jones went home, Spence gave her a call and told her that she would undoubtedly hire her so she could continue dancing. The happy dancer could not hold back her surprise as she continued to scream in happiness at how everything turned out.
It was a beautiful moment for both of them. Jones revealed that she had no idea the camera caught the precious moment that convinced her interviewer, Spence, that she deserved a place as an employee at The Spot.
Jones had been going through so much, especially since the beginning of the pandemic, and being hired at the restaurant was a guarantee that she would be able to turn her life around for the better.
She was so overwhelmed to the extent that no one could comprehend the happiness and sense of accomplishment that Jones felt when she received the good news.
Jones’s video had garnered millions of views on Instagram and other social media platforms since Spence first shared it. Since the pandemic began, so many people have struggled to keep their jobs and find work in a world rocked by an unprecedented crisis.
It is stories like this that show how people go about their days exhibiting positive energy and unfiltered compassion that makes the days a little brighter fpr everyone.