Watch These Adorable Little Girls 'Whip' and 'Nae Nae' in Their Wheelchairs

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Now watch them whipppppp....and watch them nae nae!

These two little girls are so fierce (hair flips and all!), we can't even handle it. Yes, they're both in wheelchairs, but why should that stop them from dancing their hearts out? And that's exactly what they're doing in this incredible video.

The dancers in the video are Brooklyn and Mayli, best friends who are six years old and are part of a group called Ayita Wheelchair Dance. Both girls were born with Spina Bifida. "They're six months apart, same last name [although not related], same diagnosis," Mayli's mom told ABC News.

"God knew these two were meant to be friends," she continued. "We have frequent sleepovers and kitchen dance parties and this day [the day the video was shot] Brooklyn had just taught Mayli the Whip/NaeNae. We love the song and watch the videos and thought we'd join the fun."

The Ayita Wheelchair Dance group, which was founded by Mayli's mother Sami Gibson, was created to inspire, encourage and inspire kids who are in wheelchairs. "We want to give these kids a space where they won't feel so 'different' or stared at, or questioned. A space where they can feel safe and free to express themselves," she writes on their Go Fund Me page.

To learn more about the group and to see other inspiring pics and videos of the amazing things they're doing, click here to visit their Facebook page.

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