- A video of a group of Fraciscan friars participating in the #JerusalemaChallenge has gone viral
- The video was uploaded to Facebook by Ndumiso Khumalo and has over 114 000 views
- South Africans shared, reacted and commented on the video in positive ways
The #JerusalemaChallenge has been making waves worldwide, with people from all walks from life participating. The most recent participants are a group of South African Franciscan friars. Franciscan friars are a group of related religious orders belonging to the Catholic Church.
Identified by their brown robes, three-knoted rope belt and sandals, the Fraciscans clearly had fun getting down to Master KG's hit song. The video of them dancing was uploaded to Facebook by Ndumiso Khumalo earlier this week and now has over 114 000 views.
The Franciscans clearly practised their moves beforehand as they didn't miss a single beat. The video was met with a lot of praise from South African Facebook users as they hyped up the Franciscans.
Click here to watch the video.
Here's what Mzansi had to say about their moves:
Khanya Ngaki wrote:
"I LOVE THIS!"
Ono Graça Akweenda commented:
"You can tell some knew GROOVE before they went to the cloth."
Vanessa Davids said:
Ann du Toit added:
"Oh I love this, one could say it’s the real deal."
Deene Collopy wrote:
"Must give the old priest 10 out of 10 for effort - the old boy wasnt being left out."
In other #JerusalemaChallenge news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the NPA being filmed doing the challenge at court. The #JerusalemaChallenge 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.
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