- The Gauteng Department of Community Safety uploaded a video of a few women in law enforcement participating in the #JerusalemaChallenge
- The video was uploaded to Facebook at the end of last month in celebration of Women's Month
- It has since gone viral with over 11 000 reactions from many supportive Facebook users
The Gauteng Department of Community Safety is making waves after it posted a video of women in law enforcement participating in the #JerusalemaChallenge. The video was uploaded at the end of last month.
The #JerusalemaChallenge has gone viral recently after the release of Master KG's hit song late last year. People from all over the world and all walks of life have taken part in the challenge and shown that dancing really can bring people together. The video was captioned:
"Gauteng finest women in law enforcement as they showcase their dancing skills in the popular #JerusalemaDanceChallenge. #WomensMonth"
Click here to watch the video. The video has gained over 11 000 views and over 600 comments since its upload. Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the comments.
Jay Daize commented:
"In the whole world you are my best law enforcement officers, I love you our Mzanzi Queens, I love South African police force, my best kudos."
Kim Coetzee Lourens said:
"Absolutely love it. There is just something about woman standing and coming together like this, as a team. Love, love, love it. Well done ladies, you rock!"
Qedile Mahlangu wrote:
"You know one thing for sure, South Africans are the best dancers ever."
ToughGuy Aka Nkofo added:
"I'm happy to see our law enforcement officials do such a beautiful thing, keep up the good work, we love you. #WomenInAction, proud of you guys."
In other Jerusalema news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Cassper Nyovest believes Jerusalema will hit one billion views. Cassper Nyovest has taken to social media to share his views on Master KG and Nomcebo's record-breaking smash hit Jerusalema.
The rapper believes that the internationally-recognised song will hit a billion views on YouTube. The Amademoni hitmaker, who is one of the most successful artists in Mzansi, expressed that he is inspired by the success of the single by his country's musicians.
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