- Master KG's Jerusalema has taken over the world by storm
- Frere Hospital’s #Jerusalemadancechallenge has been doing its rounds on social media and the people are loving it
- Seeing our frontline Covid-19 heroes get involved is special
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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 Covid-19 heroes have taken part now too.
Seeing Jerusalema bring the world together during a time where not many positives have come, is truly inspiring and a proud moment for Mzansi.
Briefly.co.za came across a video that is doing its rounds of Frere Hospital’s #Jerusalemadancechallenge. Seeing our frontline Covid-19 heroes get involved is special.
Frere Hospital posted the clip to their official Facebook page and the people of Mzansi have been sharing it far and wide. The groove these medical personnel have is a vibe.
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The clip has gone viral and people have taken to the comment section to commend the hospital on getting involved in the challenge and for doing such an amazing job during this pandemic.
Diana Mildenhall Krause wrote:
“Lovely way to bring a little bit of happiness into their day. God bless each and every one working in the Frontline during the pandemic.”
Gina Pino said:
“Thank you for putting your lives at risk and being on the front line! still finding a little time to spread a smile across many faces! True hero’s! ❤️ stay safe!”
Pat Isenberg commented:
“So amazing how music can uplift anyone's spirit during these times. Well done to all at Frere”
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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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