- Zodwa Wabantu recently shared a video of herself participating in the Duduzane Challenge
- The media personality did the trending challenge with her new classmates from Star Academy
- Social media users loved to see their favorite socialite having fun with the viral dance moves
The #DuduzaneChallenge has taken Mzansi by storm. Locals and celebs have had fun making videos of the viral challenge.
Zodwa Wabantu recently tried her hand at imitating Duduzane’s now famous walk.
Taking to Instagram, Zodwa shared a video of herself and her new classmates walking along to Imali Eningi by Big Zulu.
Social media users cheered their fave on and thoroughly enjoyed watching her have a bit of fun with the trend.
Insta user thabii_mk said:
"Secure the bag sis"
"I'm in love"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that it’s December and Mzansi is ready to enjoy the good times after an unusually tough year for everyone.
A clip of Duduzane Zuma and his crew recently went viral and it has sparked the #DuduzaneChallenge.
South Africans ensured that the challenge topped the trending charts with hundreds of videos quickly finding their way online.
From the bodyguards to the entourage, peeps nailed it and the results are nothing short of hilarious.
In similar news 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.
Cassper Nyovest also recently 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.
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