- Two ladies from Clicks have joined in on the new dance craze in SA, the #JohnVuliGateChallenge
- The lovely ladies can be seen showing off their moves in a Clicks store clad in their work clothes
- The video was uploaded to Twitter by @KaygeeMedia recently and gained over 160 000 views on the app
With a new dance craze taking over the country, it's amazing to see people coming together once again to participate. Two ladies from Clicks recently joined in on the #JohnVuliGateChallenge and South Africans love it.
A video of the lovely ladies, dressed in their Clicks uniform, was uploaded to Twitter by @KaygeeMadiba yesterday. The clip is a mere 14 seconds long but the two ladies are more than capable of showing off their moves in that short space of time.
@KaygeeMadiba's video has been viewed over 160 000 times on the social networking site and the likes are just above 5 000. A lot of tweeps in the replies section are in stitches because a child in red ran behind the ladies then returned to watch.
Take a look at the ladies moves below:
Here's what some tweeps had to say:
"Great value indeed!"
"Little man in red ran and came back."
"Bundle had to come back and have a better view right at the back."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported on SA showing off their moves in new a dance craze; the #JohnVuliGateChallenge. 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.
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