Idibala now a wedding step: King Monada's song has reached the altar

Idibala now a wedding step: King Monada's song has reached the altar

Who wants a traditional wedding march when you can walk down the aisle, fainting every two seconds?

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The popular #IdibalaChallenge is now a wedding stop. A video was posted on social media which showed a wedding party doing King Monada's dance while walking down the aisle.

Luckily, no one fell on the ground, they merely hung their heads as if they fainted. The video was shared by the Daily Sun on YouTube on Tuesday.

It shows the bride and groom, along with some of the wedding guests, including kids, doing to #IdibalaChallenge to the local musician's hit song, Malwedhe.

READ ALSO: Idibala goes global: People are fainting all over the place to King Monada's song

The wedding party is not the only ones who did the challenge. A video was recently shared on Twitter which showed soldiers doing the fainting dance at an army base.

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Briefly.co.za gathered the video sparked quite the reaction and tweeps gave their two cents ont he footage.

Social media user @Angelfa27926116 commented: "We ask soldiers to defend us and dey idibala....I'm leaving S.A. to Mars...we are not safe mos."
Amanda Maphosa, who goes by the Twitter handle @mandythelovable, added: "like i know they're professionals and those guns are probably not loaded or watever but like wont they shoot each other or themselves."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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