- The group of girls who kick started the #JohnVuliGateChallenge are apparently making bank following their viral video
- The leader of the group shared how much it takes to book her for an event, such as weddings or birthdays
- South Africans could not believe how much it cost to get her to make an appearance
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The stunning group of young ladies who were filmed at a petrol station dancing to the John Vuli Gate song are continuing to make bank following the viral video.
The challenge is said to have started with a group of young men and proceeded to the group of young women dancing at a petrol station. The group of ladies have made waves for their usage of the unique dance moves.
Now, the leader of the group shared online how much it will cost to have her make an appearance at different events.
The prices were shared on Twitter by social media user @MissLuu_ and it revealed that it costs between R4 000 and R8 000 for the #JohnVuliGateChallenge girl to dance at an event.
According to the post, it is R8 000 for an event, R5 000 for a wedding and R4 000 for an appearance. She is also open to appearing in music videos but the price will be negotiated with the interested party.
Some tweeps didn't think the prices were too high but there were those who were stunned over the thousands of rand the viral girls expect for bookings.
Baba Wasekhaya, who goes by the Twitter handle @BafoWeEFF, commented:
"Who wants a 'stoko' to dance at their wedding. Is it the wife? If it's her, what tone would she be setting for this marriage? Is it the request of the husband? How does he justify it to his wife why he wants this girl to come and dunusa at a cost of R5 000? I'm puzzled."
Meanwhile, earlier, Briefly.co.za reported a baby girl has united South Africans after an adorable clip of her attempting the viral John Vuli Gate challenge.
The incredibly adorable clip was uploaded by @ChristoThurston onto his popular Twitter page recently.
In the short video, which Christo captioned, "Wa zama shem," which means "She's trying, shame", the little one can be seen doing her best to get the dance right. While we can safely say her efforts may have been in vain, she has managed to melt thousands of South Africans' hearts.
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