- A video showing a group of South African Police Service officials taking part in the #DuduzaneChallenge has gone viral
- The video is a bit uncomfortable as not only are their guns visible but also a wad of cash gets thrown on the ground
- South Africans had various responses to the 20-second clip and shared their thoughts in the replies
The #DuduzaneChallenge recently took the country by storm as the former president's son showed off his smooth walk. From adults to little kids and now the police, everyone is trying to imitate 'baby' Zuma.
A recently shared video of members of the South African Police Service showing off their take on the challenge has left some SAns a bit annoyed. The video starts with two cops holding shields to close up a door before they move aside and another cop walks through.
She is then followed by a few other cops with guns in hand. Around the 10-second mark, she shows off a wad of cash that she had been holding in her hands. She drops the money and makes a few weird movements before the video ends.
Take a look at the cringe-worthy clip below:
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the top responses left under the video:
"Which law in the SA constitution and the SAPS Act says that members of SAPS can be dismissed for having fun?"
"Police and paramedics were made to do #JerusalemaChallenge with official uniform. This is also part of the fun. They must also have fun while at work."
"It looks like an enclosed place. Somehow I suspect that this was not intended to come out in this platform, but there is always that snitch... Not that I condone it."
Briefly.co.za recently reported on Masechaba Ndlovu participating in the #DuduzaneChallenge. Masechaba posted a video of herself doing the challenge with her young male friends, presumably her children on Instagram.
She captioned the video: "Duduzane Challenge with my boy squad."
Masechaba is inside what looks to be inside a restaurant and she's hanging out with some young boys who she referred to as her squad. Mzansi social media users found the exchange cute, but a few were concerned about the fact that they were not wearing face masks to protect themselves from Covid-19.
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