- The US head of state has now joined the #JerusalemaChallenge thanks to David Scott, who is known as The Kiffness
- He put together videos of President Donald Trump dancing over Master KG and Nomcebo's hit song Jerusalema
- The video had South Africans laughing out loud and gathered thousands of views in just a day
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Donald Trump has now jumped on the Jerusalema bandwagon whether he likes it or not. David Scott, aka The Kiffness, is known for making parody videos and he used the US head of state in his latest creation.
Scott gathered several videos of Trump dancing and edited them over the hit song by Master KG and Nomcebo.
He captioned the clip:
"It had to be done."
Take a look at the video below:
The video gathered over 27 700 views in just a day and it had South Africans laughing out loud.
Johann Stadler, @JohannStadlerGA, commented:
"Hi @TheKiffness very nice, but please add muscle relaxant. Just to oil those moves a bit."
Maredi Mphahlele, @MphahleleSilas, added:
"Hybrid of Jerusalem and a Moonwalk."
Richard Geyser, @GeyserRichard, wrote:
"Looks like he needs to pee."
Meanwhile, previously Briefly.co.za reported Finance Minister Tito Mboweni could join Masterchef South Africa and now even Idols SA if he wanted to.
The minister filmed himself a singing a freedom song about an Irish Republican Army member who had been executed in 1920. Mboweni simply captioned the post, "Kevin Berry", which is the name of the song. The video gathered over 88 500 views and South Africans had a lot to say. Some weren't more impressed with Mboweni's singing than his cooking.
One Saffa decided Mboweni's video needed just a little extra beat so he made an amapiano remix with the minister's video.
In other news, 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.
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