- The Idabala dance challenge has taken South Africa by storm
- The craze has been inspired by King Monada’s Malwedhe
- Recent footage has been revealed of a large group doing the challenge in a pool
The Idabala dance challenge took South Africa by storm towards the end of 2018.
It seems the dance moves haven’t decreased in popularity based on the latest video uploaded to Facebook.
Stella Khumalo shared the video showing a large group of people at uShaka Marine World.
The group can be seen dancing together in the pool and then everyone does the infamous fainting in unison.
The post proved very popular and attracted numerous positive comments.
The dance craze was inspired by King Monada’s recent hit, Malwedhe.
The melodramatic lyrics refer to a man who faints whenever his loved one rejects his calls or doesn’t come home.
South Africans started literally hitting the floor when devising dance moves for the catchy track.
Many hilarious videos showing off some creative fainting have been shared via social media ever since.
Briefly.co.za understands the below was one of the more controversial ones due to the risky driving.
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