- A hilarious video has gone viral on social media, gathering over three million views
- The clip was edited to show the beloved Teletubbies dancing to Master KG's hit song, Jerusalema
- South Africans loved the video and some even dubbed it the best in the #JerusalemaChallenge
Master KG's Jerusalema has taken over the world by storm. Not only are people in different countries - including France, Romania and Italy - participating in the #JerusalemaChallenge, but some of our childhood heroes also joined in.
The Teletubbies - Tinky-Winky, Dipsy, Laa Laa and Po - have now joined the viral challenge and it is the best thing we've seen this week.
A person edited a video of the Teletubbies dancing to Master KG's hit song and it has entertained people around the world.
The video was originally shared on Facebook by Christian Di Frenna, but is has since been posted on the #ImStaying group.
The video has thus far gathered over three million views and South Africans loved how the Teletubbies' dancing perfectly fits the hit song.
Sonia Hindley commented:
"Best one thus far."
Thabitha Sithole added:
"Nee man! Teletubbies!!! Oh my gosh!"
Joné Theunissen wrote:
"Never saw the Teletubbies move like this."
Take a look at the video below:
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported Master KG explained why he won't stop saying 'Wanitwa mos' on his songs.
Master KG definitely came to slay in 2020. The star's hit song, Jerusalema, was a shoo-in for one of Mzansi's top five songs last year. However, no one could have predicted that it would become a worldwide hit as the rest of the world loosens Covid-19 restrictions and gets back to clubbing.
As a result of this phenomenon, the spotlight is firmly on Master KG. The star has decided to let fans know a little more about himself and explain a few things - including why he always says "Wanitwa mos" in every track.
Master KG explained that the phrase is his signature. KG said, although he realises it irritates some people, he won't stop saying it as it works for him.
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