"Getting rid of Corona with style": SA workers do #JerusalemaChallenge

"Getting rid of Corona with style": SA workers do #JerusalemaChallenge

- Master KG's Jerusalama hit has ignited a challenge which has seen people all over the world dancing their lives away

- Most recently, Eastern Cape frontline workers joined the #JerusalemaChallenge, showcasing their dance moves on a dusty road surrounded by crowds

- The police officers, nurses and emergency service workers were at the receiving end of praise from Facebook users who enjoyed watching them do their thing

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If you haven't heard of the #JerusalemaChallenge, then you must have been living under a rock. The dance challenge was ignited by Master KG's hit song, Jerusalema, and has gone viral across the world.

Since the song went global, videos of people doing a local dance style have popped up everywhere. Frontline workers, party-goers, school kids and even your average Joe, everyone seems to be enjoying the challenge.

"Getting rid of Corona with style": SA workers do #JerusalemaChallenge

SA workers doing #JerusalemaChallenge. SOURCE: Facebook
Source: Facebook

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In the latest rendition of the #JerusalemaChallenge, police officers, nurses and emergency service workers can be seen swerving onto a dirt road, jumping out of their vehicles and getting down to Jerusalema.

Click on the link to watch them do their thing.

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The video received lots of traction online with people singing praise for the frontline workers.

Kelebogile Modiri said:

"The storm is about to be over. Let's hold on."

While, Boitumelo Ralidjena said:

"Wow they nailed it!"

Macy Sumbana-Murray thought their moves were so great:

"So great, love it! Brilliant, may God protect them."

Briefly.co.za previously reported how a clip showing dancers busting a move to in Katlehong, a township east of Johannesburg, went viral on Mzansi social media.

The hit song has been danced to in France, Canada, Romania and Italy - to name only a couple of places.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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