- On Monday, a video was shared on the #ImStaying Facebook page showing Master KG being honoured abroad
- The muso's hit song, Jerusalema, made its way to France and people decided to dance on it during the pandemic
- The clip went viral and South Africans were happy to see local music and dances being recognised overseas
The Jerusamela song has been making waves ever since Master KG released it. However, it has not just taken Mzansi by storm, the song is making people across the world bust a move.
Footage have been posted on social media showing a group of people in France dancing to the Jerusalema song in what appears to be a flash mob.
While adhering to social distancing, the dancers are all seen wearing masks as they pull off impressive dance moves.
The video was originally shared on Master KG SA Music's Facebook page on 22 June, however, a woman, Elvira Potgieter, posted it this week on the #ImStaying Facebook page.
She simply captioned the post:
"We should feel proud."
South Africans could not have been prouder and they expressed their views in the comment section.
Annette Jaffa commented:
"It just shakes you, no matter where you are or what you do."
Mangaka Anges Moqulo said:
"Beautiful, this lockdown should end, I miss these gatherings."
Heather King Robson wrote:
"Hambe Jerursalema - spread the love."
Asange Esther Bumira added:
"This should be our national anthem."
Camilla Meridith Ramlingam commented:
"Wow proudly South African! Ha ha ho ho Jerusalem, I can't help making sound effects lol."
Sponono Ntuli wrote:
"I so love it and very proud of being a South African."
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported a couple decided to share a video showcasing their new routine while living under quarantine.
The heartwarming video showed the pair pulling off some slick dance moves to the Mzansi hit song Jerusalema by Master KG.
The clip was shared on Facebook by Julio Neves and it became and instant hit. At the time of publishing, Briefly.co.za gathered the video already had more than 250 000 views.
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