- A proud granddaughter recently headed to Twitter to share a clip of her granny doing the viral #BussItChallenge
- In the hilarious clip, the gogo does the challenge in a manner that is nowhere near the usual seductive way but she gets an 'A' for effort
- The post blew up as many thought it was absolutely hilarious and very adorable
The #BussItChallenge has gone viral as many showed off their most impressive twerking skills. The latest to enjoy the challenge is an adorable 104-year-old granny whose granddaughter proudly shared the clip online.
In the clip that was shared by @DaSixFoota6, the old lady starts the challenge just as the thousands of others who did it started theirs. Except, when it comes to the actual "busting it down" part, the old lady slowly sits down on a chair.
"Nana won! #BussItChallenge," the proud granddaughter captioned the hilarious clip.
Many seemed to love it as it received over 1.4k views. Many also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the loveable gogo. Read a few of their comments below:
"Was really anticipating nana to drop it like its hot."
"She definitely did!"
"I really love this granny."
"Oooh man this is cute."
"Daym!! Even Gran can #BussItChallenge."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Erica Banks' hit song Buss It created a new challenge online. The challenge started on TikTok and has made its way to Twitter with #BussItChallenge trending worldwide on the social networking challenge
The challenge starts with the challenger dressed in their everyday, average clothes. As the beat drops, so does the challenger. They are then in a squat position, all dressed up with their hair and make-up on point.
Majority of the tweets are reposted TikTok videos but there are some tweeps who have taken the challenge on through Twitter. Many South African celebs such as Nadia Nakai, Siv Ngezi and even Zenande Mfanyane have either done or spoken about the popular challenge.
While it started months ago, it is still trending on Twitter as many newcomers share their clips online.
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Source: Briefly News