- The ladies who went viral after taking part in the John Vuli Gate challenge recently got dragged
- They recently did a performance on Idols during which they tried to recreate the viral clip
- Tweeps were not impressed with their performance, taking to Twitter to air out their disappointment
The ladies from the viral Vuli Gate Challenge seem to be getting the short end of the stick when it comes to impressing locals. This after they were invited to Idols to remake their viral dance moves on the show.
The girls received instant fame after the video started circulating on social media. Soon they became very sought after, even creating a hefty priceless to show up at Mzansi's most popular events and shows.
Their most recent appearance was on under the bright lights of the Idols SA stage. While they had the opportunity to shine, Mzanians were left disappointed and unconvinced by what they had to offer.
Many of them thought that the ladies did not deliver the same magic that they did during the first time they did the viral dance challenge. Like they do in South Africa, they took to social media to share their thoughts.
Read a few of them below.
"They were too many on the stage, and the girls at the back. It wasn't fun at all."
"Imagine one day you''re drinking Russian bear with the girls dancing go monate... next thing our on TV #idolssa and the whole country is watching, yuu heh eh... give the girls a break #Stocko"
Briefly.co.za previously reported, 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.
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