- The #DuduzaneChallenge has taken South Africa by storm and as more and more people take part, more amazing videos surface
- Twitter user @FabAcademic posted a video of doctoral graduates taking part in the popular challange
- Social media users loved the video and flooded the comments section with praise
Twitter user @FabAcademic took to the social media platform to share an awesome video of some doctoral candidates from the University of Cape Town taking on the #DuduzaneChallenge.
Social media users loved the post and showered the comments section with their reactions to the students taking on the #DuduzaneChallenge which has swept across South Africa.
@FabAcademic captioned the video with:
"Celebrating UCT doctoral graduates like ... This is #UCTgrad2020"
Here are some reactions from tweeps who loved the video:
"It doesn’t get better than that."
"Well done Prof. This is a classic example of: 'we're coming for everything, yonke into that was denied us. Old traditions based on others' culture will be revised as we do it our way. Those having a problem can look away'"
"This is why I miss UCT! Like I was so hyped for grad! This lady is such a vibe."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest had something saucy to say about AKA’s #DuduzaneChallenge. Big Zulu’s latest hit Imali Eningi has gone viral and people all over are joining in on the challenge.
It seems that Cassper has gotten into the pre-fight hype spirit and took this as an opportunity to beef AKA up a little. While everyone knows Cass is not normally the one to attack a fellow artist, even AKA, on social media, it is all part of the hype.
After seeing AKA’s #DuduzaneChallenge, Cassper took to social media to let AKA and fans know that he is ready to wreck him. Cassper is clearly not scared of taking AKA on.
“Lmao… I’m going to mop the floor with this guy… How long is he gonna run though? After swearing at my parents & my entire family, he is ducking & diving. I can’t wait to get in the ring with him. It’s time to back it up buster, sign the contract!!! Let’s get a date and box,” Cassper wrote.
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