- A heartwarming clip of elderly women doing the Jerusalema Challenge has been making its rounds on social media
- In the clip, the old ladies can be seen trying their best to remember the steps
- Facebook users loved seeing them to their best, leaving a number of comments beneath the post
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Master KG and Nomcebo have certainly done the things with their hit song, Jerusalema. The song has not only reached every nook and cranny here in South Africa, but it has also made waves abroad. A group of elderly ladies recently were also captured doing the famous dance challenge.
In the one-minute-long clip that was uploaded on to Facebook by Lynette Seyffert, the old women from Huis Hervs old age home can be seen doing their very best to get the steps right to the popular challenge.
While it's clear that the women are experiencing a little difficult to remember all the moves, it is pretty evident from the heartwarming clip that the entire thing was a very enjoyable experience for the ladies.
Meanwhile, Facebook users who clearly enjoyed watching the old age home grandmas enjoy themselves to the popular South African hit song, shared their thoughts in the comments section. They also shared the video nearly a thousand times.
Here are some of their comments.
Lerato Mosia wrote:
"Nxcooo this is too cute. God bless you guys for taking care of our elderly and keeping them updated."
Ntosh Miza said:
"Ncoooo cute how I wish I was there with them."
Zandile Gumede Mbuyazi wrote:
"So adorable, I love the spirit."
In other Briefly.co.za feel-good news, with a pandemic causing havoc around the world, millions of people have been left unemployed. So, one young woman was understandably happy when she landed a job.
In fact, she was so happy, she started dancing in the parking lot outside the premises of her new job. Social media user, @dakara_spence, hired the woman on Wednesday and she was surprised to see the young lady's reaction after she left the building.
Taking to Instagram, @dakara_spence shared a video showing the young lady only walking a couple of steps before she spontaneously starts dancing in the parking lot. @Dakara_spence captioned the post:
"So I just hired this young girl and this was her response."
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