- Master KG is not he only one impressed with his song being used by Cristiano Ronaldo
- Both Jerusalema and Ronaldo trended online as South Africans weighed in on the honour
- SA social media users could not be prouder of the local muso behind the mega-hit song
It appears to be impossible not to move your feet to Master KG's hit song Jerusalema, even Cristiano Ronaldo joined in on the world-wide phenomenon.
Taking to his Instagram page on Tuesday, Ronaldo posted a video using the proudly SA tune as the backtrack.
He captioned the post:
"Life is better with your loved ones. Enjoy all the moments with love and happiness!"
He tagged his beautiful bae, Georgina Rodríguez. Take a look at the post below:
Both Jerusalema and Ronaldo trended on South African social media following his post and South Africans could not have been prouder.
Twitter user, @Agrizzi_Wabantu, commented:
"Cristiano Ronaldo posting Jerusalema on his IGTv is HUGE. That’s the most-followed man across all social media, it can only mean NUMBERS for Master KG. At this point you are not walking on water anymore, the sea has parted & everything else is falling in place for you."
Social media user, @DeliSimelane, wrote:
"And that is the most-followed person in the world on Instagram."
Briefly.co.za earlier reported Master KG was taken aback when he saw Cristiano Ronaldo grooving to Jerusalema.
While Master KG has had many amazing people join his challenge, having Ronaldo join is something he truly wished for. Taking to social media, Master KG shared the news and his excitement, thanking Ronaldo for making his wish come true.
The #JerusalemaChallenge has been taking the world by storm. On Tuesday, we reported 250 medical staff at a children's hospital in Belgium decided to dance to Master KG's hit song.
The caption stated that people wore masks, practiced social distancing and busted a move on the lawn of a children's hospital.
"Strong together against Covid-19, together in sync on the dance floor," part of the post read.
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