- It appears the idibala challenge is not just for partygoers
- Protesters were filmed doing the dance outside a court hearing in Lenasia
- They also performed other dances such as thuso phala and vosho
Fun-loving protesters at a court hearing in Lenasia, Gauteng, were the latest to join the idibala craze on Tuesday.
A video shared by TimesLIVE shows them performing the idibala dance during a bail application of two men.
The suspects face charges of killing seven family members in Vlakfontein in October, Briefly.co.za gathered. The case was however postponed after a power blackout.
The protesters also performed other dances such as thuso phala and vosho. They danced to anti-apartheid struggle songs and some of them wore ANC regalia.
The idibala challenge has taken South Africa by storm. It's inspired by King Monada's hit song Malwedhe and involves fainting simulations.
The idibala craze has raised some concerns, however. Some motorists have filmed themselves simulating fainting while driving.
As Briefly.co.za reported, this prompted the Road Traffic Management Corporation to ask King Monada to be part of its road safety campaign this festive season.
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