NPA filmed doing Jerusalema challenge at court: "Lawyers have rhythm"

NPA filmed doing Jerusalema challenge at court: "Lawyers have rhythm"

- A woman, Janell Cochrane, posted a video on Facebook on Friday and it quickly gathered over 40 000 views

- The clip showed lawyers doing the Jerusalema challenge at the Blue Downs Court

- South Africans loved the video and applauded the NPA group for their lit dance moves

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The Jerusalema challenge has taken the world by storm and everyone, from nurses to firefighters to cops, have been showing off their dance skills to Master KG's hit song.

Now, the Blue Downs Court NPA Group 2 joined the challenge with an amazing video of themselves dancing. On Friday, Janell Cochrane shared the video on her Facebook account. She revealed that although she was not in the video, she filmed it.

In just several days, the video gathered over 40 000 views and South Africans absolutely loved it.

Carlynne Pieters commented:

"Great moves, you guys are the most awesome group of people!"

Philly Sekhukhune added:

"Yooo lawyers have rhythm."

Le Roy said:

"Our justice system. You gotta love them."

Esther Cross wrote:

"So proud of you! Please share and challenge other offices!"

READ ALSO: Mom and daughter dance together in video, SA confused: "Who is who?"

To watch the video, click on the link here. previously reported the staff at Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital were amongst 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.

In other news, a young lady, who was only identified by her Twitter handle @Phennymabala, shared a sweet video of herself dancing with her mom.

On Monday, @Phennymabala posted the clip on her Twitter page and captioned it:

"So my mom and I decided to hop onto JunkPark vibezzz."

The video gathered over half a million views and although South Africans were left impressed by their dance moves, they were confused as well.

Social media users found it nearly impossible to distinguish between the two women. They had no idea who was the mom and who was the daughter.

Twitter user, @RK_Mayekisa, commented:

"Who is the mother???"

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