- Pasi Koetle took part in the trending #BussItChallenge but put her own spin on things
- Her version of the challenge consisted of doing a traditional Sotho dance wearing the Basotho blanket
- Social media users found Pasi's version of the challenge hilarious and commented with their thoughts
South African actress Pasi Koetle decided to share her own special take on the trending #BussItChallenge. The challenge started on TikTok and women all over South Africa have been taking part.
The #BussItChallenge is all about women showing off their booty. It starts off with videos of girls dressed as they would be on a normal day and then switching it up with a sexy look, finishing it off with a twerking session.
Pasi Koetle did her own version of the challenge and it was a lot more modest than the others that have been trending. She incorporated her #BussItChallenge with her Sotho culture, covering herself with a traditional blanket as she twerked the Sotho way.
A number of social media users found Pasi's version of the challenge hilarious and took to the comments to share what they thought about it:
kgomotso_christopher commented: "Akere. Wow my friend. You are amazing."
teezy_freshforever commented: "The best I've seen so far."
rorisangramorena said: "Ahhhh you got us there, wasn't expecting kobo ya basotho (sotho blanket)."
lindough_rsa said: "I'm sure gents are so disappointed right now."
miss_joy_baby said: "You win this one Pasi."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA sent his love and prayers to all the workers in the hospitality industry. AKA decided to take to his social media to offer some small gesture of hope and empathy to those working in the hospitality and entertainment industries.
The rapper wrote a message that explained how he was thinking of and praying for anyone whose livelihood had been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and the regulations attempting to control it.
Supa Mega also wrote that he was hopeful everything would turn out okay but encouraged people to be resourceful and stay strong despite the financial and emotional strain.
AKA specifically shouted out some occupations but directed his message at anyone in the industry who was struggling due to the virus and its widespread effects.
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