- Students at the University of Johannesburg recently did the Jerusalema Challenge
- They are only a few of the thousands that have already done the fun dance challenge
- They called on others to join the dance challenge and tag them
President Cyril Ramaphosa recently called on South Africans to continue flying the SA flag high by dancing along to Master KG and Nomcebo's Jerusalema. This after the song became a national and international success.
Ever since then, there have been an influx in clips of people getting their Jerusalema on. While there have been many failed attempts, most people seem to know exactly how to move their bodies to the beat.
The most recent bunch to heed President Cyril's call, are the students of the University of Johannesburg. The crew recently took to their official Facebook page to share the vibey video of themselves breaking it all the way down.
"#UJ heeds the call of the president, honourable Cyril Ramaphosa. Create your own #JerusalemaChallenge video and tag us!." they captioned the fun clip.
Facebookers who loved watching the youngster have fun, shared their comments in the comment section.
Gaofose Montsho wrote:
Mahlogonolo Tytsabells Nomayeza said:
"Lol wow sweet."
Son Boy said:
"I want to dance with management and lecturers call me when you do it"
Meanwhile in other incredibly fun Jerusalema challenge news, Briefly.co.za also wrote about how Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has been keeping the country entertained throughout the lockdown period. From sharing his recipes to his hilarious tweets, we've all been in stitches all the time. In a recent post on Twitter, he shared a wholesome video of a puppeteer doing the Jerusalema Challenge.
The 44-second clip was posted yesterday by the minister and has since received over 30 000 views. The puppeteer has two marionettes controlled by strings which are attached to wood that the puppeteer uses to make them move.
The video has received a ton of responses from Mzansi tweeps who also used the opportunity to once again troll Tito. It is unclear who took the video or where it was taken and Tito simply captioned the clip: "Wow!"
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