- A group of stunning ladies performing their own take on the #DuduzaneChallenge have gone viral
- The video begins with the ladies huddled around a car before they open the door for the #DuduzaneChallenge to start
- The #DuduzaneChallenge is immediately visible as the group of ladies follow behind the "Duduzane" of their group
It's amazing how challenges unite South Africans and have people all over the country participating. The #DuduzaneChallenge has just been taken on by a group of local ladies who clearly have swag.
The video starts with a group of ladies surrounding a blue vehicle. One of the ladies opens the car door and out pops the "Duduzane" of this challenge. She gets out quite smoothly and does some peculiar hand movements.
As she walks the group of ladies follow behind her. The clip is a mere 16 seconds long but South Africans are already obsessing over their walks. @ChumisaKelepu shared the video to Twitter over the weekend.
Take a look at the video below:
Below are just a few of the responses this #DuduzaneChallenge received:
"They win. They win."
"I love this one! It wins the challenge hands-down for me."
"The trophy belongs to them. The 2020 DuduzaneWalk champions."
@Zolani31809016 responded to the video with:
"We needed this in this horrible 2020."
"This one takes the title."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a group of little boys who absolutely nailed the #DuduzaneChallenge. This came after South African rapper Big Zulu recently shared the adorable clip to Twitter. The 15-second clip shows a group of children absolutely crushing the #DuduzaneChallenge.
Their swag and overall confidence had many South Africans watching the video on repeat. They are absolutely adorable. Zulu is the artist who performed Imali Eningi, which plays in the background of Duduzane Zuma's notorious walking video and is used in all #DuduzaneChallenge videos.
SAns absolutely adored the kids and shared so in Big Zulu's replies section:
"Oh man, this is so cute. The munchkins nailed it."
"The one in the front is obviously the Beyoncè of the group."
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