Rio-based woman goes viral after doing the Jerusalema challenge

Rio-based woman goes viral after doing the Jerusalema challenge

- A woman living in Rio de Janeiro has gone viral after participating in the Jerusalema Challenge in a new video

- Elisabete Souza uploaded the video to her own Facebook and it was shared to Facebook group, #ImStaying by Rohidha Odayar

- Mzansi Facebook users took to the comment section to share their thoughts on the amazing rendition of #ImStaying

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A woman based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is one of the latest participants in the Jerusalema Challenge. Elisabete Souza posted the video to Facebook earlier this month and it was recently shared to Facebook group, #ImStaying.

Elisabete's original video has been shared over 8 000 times with over 8 000 reactions on the social networking site. Rohidha Odayar was the Facebook user who shared it to the #ImStaying group and that specific post has over 3 000 reactions.

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Facebook users from all walks of life took to the comments section under the shared post to express how they felt about the Jerusalema Challenge making it to Rio de Janeiro. The comments section was full of positivity.

Rio-based woman goes viral after doing the Jerusalema challenge
A Rio-based woman has gone viral after participating in the Jerusalema Challenge. Source: Elisabete Souza #ImStaying / Facebook
Source: Facebook

Click here to watch the full video. compiled a few of top comments from the #ImStaying group.

Jerome Romeo Larens commented:

"When ladies that age enjoy themselves. It just bring joy in my heart. That mom got some moves."

Caryn Sabbagh Randall said:

"I'm coming for dance lessons, I love this song from the very first time I heard it. Makes me so happy."

YiNtokazi YakwaShamase MaVeyane added:

"Absolutely amazing... She reminds me of my grandmother. She's so active like her and loves to dance a lot."

Robyn Wainwright responded:

"I love! Some serious belly dance hips going on there. Well done mama."

Rozelle Hopley replied:

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"These ladies know how to dance, those years our parents grew up they had more good moves than us."

In similar news, recently reported on a Mzansi couple wows the internet with pics of lockdown wedding. Once the global pandemic caused by Covid-19 reared its ugly head, a lot of important events were stopped right in their tracks.

Concerts, award ceremonies, sports events, and many other special occasions all faced uncertain futures. One couple, however, refused to allow the virus to kill their joy. Instead of postponing or even more drastically cancelling their wedding, they went right along and celebrated the special event - and they did so beautifully.

Taking to popular Facebook group ImStaying, newly married Magdeline Boer shared pictures of her beautiful wedding, which she explains took place during the lockdown. She also shared an inspirational message about how she refused to let anything stop her from marrying the man she loves.

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