6 hilarious videos of South Africans doing the #ResurrectionChallenge

6 hilarious videos of South Africans doing the #ResurrectionChallenge

Many South Africans have clearly decided to see the bright side of the Pastor Lukau’s resurrection saga and have taken to making hilarious re-enactments of the video in which the pastor claimed he brought a man back to life, rather than lament the exploitation of dutiful churchgoers.

Briefly.co.za previously reported that a group of high school learners acted out the scene and shared their well-choreographed performance on social media. Mzansi loved that the learners were spending their time playing rather than getting up to mischief and applauded the learners for their creativity.

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The school kids weren’t alone in using the Resurrection Saga to express their creative side, however, and many South Africans followed suit, sharing videos that had social media users in stitches.

Six particular videos showed off Mzansi’s funny side and captured the absurdity of Lukau’s earlier claims perfectly.

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Philani Zungu shared a video that had Mzansi rolling on the floor in laughter at the notion that even chickens were participating in the challenge. Social media users felt that the video made an authentic portrayal of how people would react to a dead man coming back to life.

Another user, Elly Skatter, shared a video of he felt black South Africans would react.

Xolani Cele’s version had some social media users feeling that resurrected people could actually be cute, thanks to his adorable co-star.

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Another user’s version of the video served as a reminder to his followers that a nice cold beer would be the first thing he’d require if he were to be brought back from the dead.

Another video proved that there is no age limit to the challenge as little kids also wanted to share their take on the pastor’s video.

It wasn’t just South Africans participating in the challenge and even Zambians found the resurrection saga hilarious enough to motivate participation in the challenge.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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