- A hilarious clip of two elderly men dismally failing at the Jerusalema Challenge has been making its rounds on social media
- In the funny clip, one of the men even loses his pants
- Twitter users were left laughing out loud at the two, who provided immense entertainment
President Cyril Ramaphosa started something after he encouraged South Africans to continue dancing along to Master KG and Nomcebo's Jerusalema. Ever since his public announcement, we have seen many people try and some fail at the ever-popular dance challenge.
The latest victims of a failed attempt are two elderly gentlemen. In the short clip that was uploaded by Twitter user Kulanicool, the two men can be seen trying their best to get the moves right.
The two of them, however, just cannot seem to get the hang of the dance no matter how hard they try. And just when we think they can't mess it up any further, one of the unknown grandpas hilariously loses his pants.
The clip, which was hilariously captioned, "Jerusalema Challenge gone wrong", was at the receiving end of thousands of views. Many Twitter users also took the opportunity to share all sorts of memes and comments.
"They must focus on selling goods and services and leave dancing to us."
While @Boungahh asked:
"Why does everyone in this video look like a cartoon character?"
This user, @SiceloDibe, asked why the old man bothered to wear a belt since it did not help keep his pants from falling down.
"What's the belt for?" he asked.
Meanwhile in one of the many funny Briefly.co.za Jerusalema challenge dance fail stories, a hilarious clip that has recently made its rounds on social media has been a source of endless laughter on Twitter.
In the clip, which was uploaded by Twitter user @Kendlaz, an unknown group of people can be seen jiving along vibrantly to the hit song when all of a sudden one of the groups' members - who seems notably overly excited - falls face-first to the floor.
While the man, who made a quick recovery from his untimely collision with the ground, became an instant source of laughter and perhaps shock, he also messed up his crew's vibe after they had to stop dancing to check if he was okay.
Which it turns out he was. Thank God. Twitter users, who seem to always be the first ones getting all the action, could not help themselves but laugh at the now-failed #JerusalemaChallenge.
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