- The staff at Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital are the latest to join the Jerusalema craze
- They are among thousands of other people who have done the #JerusalemaChallenge and released videos
- The staff and some children received well-deserved compliments for their dedication to the cause
If you haven't heard of the #JerusalemaChallenge, which was inspired by Master KG's Jerusalema hit single, then you must be living under a rock. Everyone who is anyone seems to be doing the challenge and Mzansi is here for it all.
The latest bunch to join the frenzy are the hospital staff and children of Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital. Dressed up in scrubs and all, the team delivers a stunning rendition of the globally loved dance challenge.
The staff's reasons behind joining the challenge, according to them, are to "add a little hope" for everyone in the world during these uncertain times.
"Healthcare workers across the world are feeling the immense strain of the Covid-19 pandemic. This is why at NMCH we also thought of taking a moment to inflict a glimmer of hope on everyone else by joining the global healthcare community in dancing to Master KG's popular Jerusalema. We’re proud to say that this challenge was led by our clinicians at the hospital and our patients who also did not want to miss out."
Meanwhile, in other Briefly.co.za news, a video of an unknown man has been making its rounds on social media for being downright weird. The short clip, which was uploaded by Twitter user @TboozeSA, shows a grown man slithering on the ground like a snake.
The man seemingly just got out of his BMW car, got on the ground and started performing the unusual act while being recorded and watched by local Metro Police officers who were on the scene. In the video, the man slithers up to the police vehicle and then continues to writhe underneath the car.
The whole thing left tweeps with many unanswered questions which left many of them coming up with possible reasons for this outrageous behaviour.
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