- The #JerusalemaChallenge is still going on and the latest participants are the SA Air Force Base
- A video of the Air Force members participating in the challenge was shared to Facebook by the SA National Defence Force
- The video gained tons of views and was also reshared to the popular #ImStaying group where Stayers shared love and support
Contrary to popular belief, the #JerusalemaChallenge seems to be alive and well. This is evident in a new video shared to Facebook by the SA National Defence Force. The Defence Force shared a video of the SA Air Force Base in Waterkloof participating in the challenge
With new challenges seemingly popping up every week, it's amazing to see that Master KG and Nomcebo's global hit is still bringing people together. The video of the Air Force Base participating in the challenge is just over 4 minutes long.
It's quite obvious that they practised over quite some time to be able to pull this off so seamlessly. The video was also reshared to the #ImStaying group.
Take a look at the amazing video below:
Take a look at some of the comments left by Stayers.
Janice September wrote:
"The best I ever saw just love it."
Petro Gous Prinsloo said:
"Proudly South African! Well done SAAF!!"
Kim Brueton commented:
"Wow!!! This is amazing...!! Go big or go home...!! Love."
Peggy Bowen added:
"This cannot be equalled. Congratulations and thank you. I'm proudly South African."
In other Jerusalema-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that the hit song reached diamond in France. Master KG took to social media to express gratitude and announce the latest expectation that his track Jerusalema has surpassed.
The song has been doing well overseas and was just announced as having reached a diamond status in France. The song has already had an incredibly successful 2020, from remix downloads to international celebs giving it a shout out, the track has made Mzansi proud.
The latest accolade of diamond status in France means that the Master KG's song has been streamed more than a whole 35 million times. According to Music Business Worldwide, France's record industry organisation updated the certification levels back in 2016.
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