- A video of South African comedian Kevin Fraser dancing to Jerusalema has resurfaced
- The video was posted to Facebook page #ImStaying, the usual spot for cool posts to show up
- The video has since gone viral as South Africans hyped up his moves
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South African comedian Kevin Fraser has made his way onto the Facebook page #ImStaying. This after a group member, Carlyn Kim Berry Hattingh found a video of him from June breaking it down to Master KG's Jerusalema.
Kevin can be seen using every move under the sun, but making sure he's having fun. The two and a half minute-long video has gained over 500 000 views. It was shared to the group last night and has almost 100 shares and over 700 comments.
The video was met with a lot of positivity from South Africans with some saying they wish they could dance like him. Click here to watch the video.
READ ALSO: SA ladies' failed #JerusalemaChallenge dance leaves tweeps in stitches
The #JerusalemaChallenge has taken the world by storm but Kevin's unique moves have definitely added a twist. Here's Facebooker users had to say:
Mokgadi Mmirwa Motsoko commented:
"And ya'll have the audacity to say white people can't dance."
Eunice Matondo said:
"He’s definitely getting a plate of food at my wedding. Kevin is such a vibe."
Nketi Thuledi Sekonyela wrote:
"Wow, good moves, you are awesome."
Roshell Tifflin Rambarun added:
"Oooh, shem... Haaai... you killed it Bro!!"
Brie Bencini-Cadman replied:
"I prefer your moves. Can't do them myself, but prefer them."
In other good Jerusalema news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Master KG's track has been certified platinum in Italy. Master KG's Jerusalema is on a winning streak. The hit song has now gone platinum in Italy.
This amazing accomplishment is one of many wins that the song has recorded since its release. The excited Master KG took to Twitter to celebrate the song's latest achievement. Going platinum in Europe is no small task, even achieving that status in Mzansi is extremely difficult, so this achievement is definitely a big deal. The tweet was written in Italian.
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