Social media users slam the #MoneyLanguageChallenge

Social media users slam the #MoneyLanguageChallenge

The #MoneyLanguageChallenge has reached South Africa. People are using their cars to do the talking for them and speaking the 'money language', not English. While many people are enjoying the silly challenge, not everyone approves.

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So there's a new social media challenge called the #MoneyLanguageChallenge, and it's kind of ridiculous.

Apparently, people with lots of money talk 'the money language' and not English. The challenge entails making your car talk for you, by revving it and focusing on the noise that comes out of the exhaust pipe.

Briefly.co.za learned that the challenge probably started with a Botswana artist responding to haters who criticised his English.

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A lot of people think the challenge is funny, but not everyone approves. Twitter user @johnNcebo said: "Please abo #MoneyLangaugeChallenge let them pay #childmaintenance", and @NoMoreBeamer doesn't think people can have economic freedom by acting this way, and said: "Black People will never see economic freedom in my lifetime as long as this kind of savagery behavior entertains them inside ..Never it won’t happen ..".

We're not sure if this challenge will become very popular.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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