- Master KG and the Lotto have teamed up to give you a chance to win R20 000
- Master KG announced to his followers how they could win R20k in partnership with the National Lotto
- Master KG cannot wait to see what fans come up with for this challenge where money is involved
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Master KG is giving back to those who have supported his Jerusalema track. Now with the hashtag #LOTTOJerusalemadanceChallenge and your dance clip you can win a whopping R20k!
Master KG's Jerusalema has literally taken the globe by storm. The groovy track has people all over the world dancing and has become a viral sensation. Seeing a local artist’s track be enjoyed far and wide is definitely a proud moment for the whole of South Africa.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Master KG took to social media to let his fans know that he has now put a cash prize on the dance challenge. Teaming up with the Lotto, Master KG has made it rain.
People from France, Italy, Spain, Jamaica, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Canada have all expressed how much they love the song. Seeing huge crowds gather and dance to Master KG’s song is something special. Now it is time for the people of Mzansi to reap the benefits.
Taking to social media to make the lit announcement, Master KG let fans in on how to enter the awesome challenge.
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"Did you know that by sharing your Phanda story along with your #LOTTOJerusalemadanceChallenge video can make you R20 000 richer?"
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Master KG's hit song seems to have crept into everyone's heart. Old and young, rich or poor, local and international - people all over have been feeling it. Recently a proud grandfather took to Facebook to share with the world how his grandson Teddie chooses to enjoy the song - by singing it.
In the video, Teddie can be seen with his eyes glued on the TV that is playing the song, waiting patiently to sing along while a baby boy dances around in the background. Teddie, who is only five, sings along to the words pronouncing them as accurately as he can master.
"Teddie said to me this afternoon that he wanted to make me happy by signing me a song. In ZULU. He’s only 5. Love him to bits, very proud grandad," wrote Teddie's grandpa.
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