- A few nurses and one patient have joined in on the #DuduzaneChallenge in a hilarious way
- In the funny clip, the nurses do the security guard poses while they wait for an overly excited patient to come out and do the walk
- Mzansi has been left laughing their butts off at the clip, many of them sharing their thoughts in the comment section
The Duduzane Challenge has taken the country by storm. Everywhere you look people are taking part in the challenge - both young and old. The latest clip to hit social media is that of a few health care workers and a patient.
In the clip that was uploaded to Twitter by popular app user and musician @DanielMarven, the nurses can be seen pretending to be security guards before an overly excited patient walks out of a room pretending to be Duduzane Zuma.
"Imali Eningi ," Daniel captioned the fun clip.
Meanwhile, Twitterzens were left laughing out loud in the comment section. Read a few of their funny comments below.
"O bethile (he hit the nurse) nurse on the face"
"You're going to hell for laughing at this."
"God, please forgive me for laughing, that punch just sent me straight to."
"Fellow South Africans this is not acceptable."
"next time give us a warning, wasn't ready for this."
"You can’t go back, hit the nurse, and move forward my guy. The whole thing looks intentional now."
In other funny Briefly.co.za news, 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.
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