- The Presidency Twitter page recently shared a video of an adorable baby attempting the Jerusalema Challenge dance
- In the clip, the little one can be seen trying his best to get the moves right while the famous song plays in the background
- Tweeps shared their thoughts on the little one's attempt in the comment section
A cute baby boy recently warmed the hearts of thousands after a short video clip of him attempting to do the Jerusalema challenge was shared to Twitter by the official South African Presidency account.
In the 41-second clip, the baby can be seen getting excited as the music video by Master KG and Nomcebo starts to play on the television behind him. Shortly thereafter, he begins his quite cute attempt at dancing along.
South Africans who were watching the cuteness overload from their screens shared their thoughts on the cute little boy and his not-quite-right but absolutely adorable Jerusalema dance moves.
Here are some of their comments.
"The #JerusalemaDanceChallenge is a beautiful celebration and recognition of the struggles of the Palestinian people.Thank you Master KG."
"00:30 When he gets tired of the jol and starts wrecking the club."
"Best version of this dance. Here we have a winner."
"Cutest one I have seen."
While @Phalamodise said:
"Well done baby boy."
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za also reported how two local men recently represented old-style khaki wearers after they could be seen serving all sorts of moves in a short TikTok clip. The video was shared by artist and musician Daniel Marven on his Twitter page.
The clip, which received nearly 60 000 views, features the two men dancing along more than well to MFR Souls' viral song, Amanikiniki. What makes the clip even more hilarious is how well they are able to dance while wearing their super tight safari suits.
The clip not only racked up thousands of views and like reactions, but thousands of comments too. Many Twitter users could not believe what they are looking at, sharing all sorts of funny memes and comments beneath the post.
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