Christian Woman Drags TikTok Ceiling Challenge in Video, SA Shuts Down Harsh Take on Dance Trend

Christian Woman Drags TikTok Ceiling Challenge in Video, SA Shuts Down Harsh Take on Dance Trend

  • A Christian woman was inspired to make a video after noticing the new ceiling trend on TikTok
  • The lady shared her opinion about the dance challenge that involves twerking to Surround Sound by 21 Savage and Baby Tate
  • The lady's video went viral as people disagreed with her conservative thoughts about the latest dance trend

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TikTok has been flooded with videos of young women participating in a dance trend, the ceiling challenge. While many netizens take part in viral dances, this one featuring a 21 Savage song stirred controversy.

TikTok video shows Christian woman's take on ceiling trend
A TikTok video by a Christian woman speaking against the latest ceiling dance trend went viral. Image: @jakuja_jesus_joy
Source: TikTok

One woman expressed her disapproval after seeing young women dance provocatively. The video by the lady received over 25K likes and thousands of comments, with many people arguing against her.

Lady criticises ceiling challenge

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Christian TikTok creator @jakuja_jesus_joy posted a video that stirred controversy as she harshly judged women participating in the ceiling challenge. The TikTok trend involves taping a phone to a ceiling while recording, initially featuring people dancing to Surround Sound. Eventually, a key part of the challenge became twerking.

In her video, the creator expressed that those who took part in the challenge are "fatherless." Watch her clip:

SA responds to Christian woman's take

Most people were not having it and many commented to let the creator know they disagreed with her about the TikTok dance challenge. Some thought that the lady was being misogynistic and looking for a viral moment.

Zintle Enhler said:

" 'A woman's worst enemy is another woman', someone said that."

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Vicky Black commented:

"Who hurt you, sisi?"

nothisile added:

"My father is the reason there’s a ceiling."

Just.pauley wondered:

"What do daddy issues have to do with the challenge?"

Candymartins wrote:

"My father even passed me the tape while trying to put the phone on the ceiling."

afeziwemflatela8 added:

"It's not that deep, you need to chill, babes."

TikTok dance challenges goes viral

Many people love to see individuals keeping up with the beat flawlessly. One of the most popular was the Bhebha dance challenge, and a woman went viral for performing it in a video.

Christian woman's modest beachwear style trends

Briefly News previously reported that a Christian lady has caught the attention of many in South Africa by demonstrating how to dress modestly at the beach while still looking fashionable and chic.

TikTok user @sistshwanelohrough's page shared a video that offers a glimpse into what she wore to cover up while enjoying the sun and sand.

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Her beachwear style emphasised comfortable yet trendy choices, including swimsuits, flowy cover-ups and fashionable headscarves. She proves that one can maintain one's values and beliefs while staying stylish with beach fashion.

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