- A group of ladies in uniform getting down to the Jerusalema Challenge have gone viral on social media
- The video was uploaded to Twitter by @Pres98_ and has since gained over 44 000 views on the social networking site
- Many South African tweeps were shocked by the order and uniform they presented whilst participating in the challenge
The #JerusalemaChallenge is still going on since the release of the song late last year. Master KG's hit has reached all parts of the world but is still trending within South Africa. In a recent video uploaded to social media, a group of ladies in uniform get down to the amazing song.
@Pres98_ uploaded the video to Twitter yesterday and it has since gained over 44 000 views and almost 400 retweets. Saffa tweeps are living for the order that the ladies have in their movements. They start by dancing, move on to marching and then go back to dancing.
The video is exactly 2-minutes long and it is currently unclear where in South Africa this was taken. @Pres98_ captioned the now-viral video: "Yoh you guys, have you seen this? #LottoJerusalemaDanceChallenge."
The viral video has many people talking about it and Briefly.co.za compiled some of the top tweets.
"Not even one mabena insight."
"Nothing compares to soldiers."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that President Cyril Ramaphosa wants SA to join the Jerusalema Challenge on Heritage Day. Mzansi is happy to welcome the 'new normal' with the announcement of Level 1 lockdown coming into effect from Sunday at midnight.
Citizens seemed the happiest to welcome the relaxation of the restrictions on alcohol which will now be available on Fridays as well as the curfew being extended between midnight and 4 am. Ramaphosa's call for the nation to participate in Master KG's sensational Jerusalema challenge on Heritage Day has also inspired immense love from numerous people.
Just a few minutes after Ramaphosa made the call for South Africans to celebrate the global sensation on the upcoming holiday numerous citizens were challenging the President himself to take part.
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