- A new dance challenge is taking the country by storm after a viral video was shared on various social media platforms
- A group of young ladies dancing to John Vuli Gate at a petrol station have sparked the #JohnVuliGateChallenge
- The #JohnVuliGateChallenge has been trending on Twitter since last night as Saffa tweeps show off their moves
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A new dance challenge has hit the ground in South Africa after a video of a group of ladies dancing at a petrol station went viral. Some of the ladies have a bottle of alcohol in their hands as they're dancing to John Vuli Gate.
The video was initially uploaded to TikTok by @angel737277 and was then shared to Twitter by various users. The video sparked the beginning of a new challenge as others started uploading videos of themselves dancing to the song.
The unique dance moves paired with the catchy lyrics is creating excitement for the upcoming holiday season. Some are saying that the challenge was sparked by a group of young men dancing to the song. John Vuli Gate is a relatively new song by Mapara A Jazz featuring Ntosh Gaz and Colano.
Take a look at the young ladies dancing their hearts out below:
Here's some of the other trending videos under the hashtag:
In other trending dance news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a khaki-wearing dancer who wowed Mzansi in another viral video. A young man has stunned over 5 000 social media users with his dance moves.
The white dancer, who is seen wearing khaki clothes often rocked by farmers, dances to MFR Souls' viral song, Amanikiniki. The video was shared on Twitter by social media user @MzansisHP, who captioned it:
"Grootman is back for a midweek #Amagetdown."
It appears that the young man is the same dancer who went viral in a previous video. Briefly.co.za reported last month two 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 latest video gathered over 5 000 views in less than a day and Saffas loved the young man's dancing.
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