- The official Presidency Twitter account shared an adorable video of a toddler trying to participate in the #JerusalemaChallenge
- The 21-second clip shows the little boy jumping off a couch as soon as he hears the intro to the hit song
- He runs to a central place where he keeps his arms raised as he busts a move and Mzansi absolutely loves it
With the #JerusalemaChallenge making waves across the globe, it's still a hit back home in South Africa. Adults and children enjoy busting a move to the amazing hit song by Master KG and Nomcebo.
Recently President Cyril Ramaphosa made calls for the nation to participate in the #JerusalemaChallenge in celebration of Heritage Day 2020. The country did not disappoint as thousands of videos were shared on social media.
One video shared by the official Twitter account of the presidency shows a toddler relaxing on a couch. He hears the beginning of Jerusalema and speeds off the couch and into the centre of the lounge to show off his moves.
Take a look at the 21-second clip below:
Briefly.co.za took to the replies section under the tweet to see what Saffa tweeps are saying:
"Yeeeeyiiiiiii this young man loves the song. Give him the trophy tuuu."
"My absolute favourite #JerusalemaChallenge. No other beats this."
"This is super adorable."
"The excitement man."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Mzansi reacting to an adorable toddler giving the #JerusalemaChallenge a go. 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.
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