Video of Johannesburg Kids Doing ‘Kilimanjaro’ Dance at a Birthday Party Divides Mzansi: “This Is Not Cute”

Video of Johannesburg Kids Doing ‘Kilimanjaro’ Dance at a Birthday Party Divides Mzansi: “This Is Not Cute”

  • There is no doubt that the Kilimanjaro dance trend has taken the nation by storm, with thousands participating in the challenge
  • However, when a video of children performing the dance at a birthday party was posted, it divided the internet
  • The video left some netizens in stitches, while others felt they needed to warn people against the trend

PAY ATTENTION: Celebrate South African innovators, leaders and trailblazers with us! Click to check out Women of Wonder 2022 by Briefly News!

What started as a sweet video of a kid's birthday party has become highly divisive. Children at the party participating in the Kilimanjaro dance challenge set tongues wagging.

Kids do the Kilimanjaro dance challenge.
A video of Joburg kids doing ‘Kilimanjaro’ at a party has Mzansi talking. Image: @kayce905
Source: TikTok

A video shared on TikTok by user @kayce905 had some people laughing and some frowning. Most internet users praised the kids' dance moves, while the minority expressed concern over the trend.

Video of Kilimanjaro dance at child's birthday party has people shaking their heads

Read also

Woman does ‘Kilimanjaro’ challenge but sings it herself, Mzansi loves acapella remix in TikTok video with 5.3M views

This trend has generated considerable discussion and debate in online communities. There have been calls to stop the dance because it may attract evil spirits.

PAY ATTENTION: Follow Briefly News on Twitter and never miss the hottest topics! Find us at @brieflyza!

Some religious people on social media appear to view the challenge as sinful. Netizens have even speculated that participating in the dance can lead to possession. People expressly point out that dancers roll their eyes back into their heads as evidence.

Watch the video here:

Johannesburg kids doing Kilimanjaro dance concerns some netizens

Some viewers found the youngsters' actions cute and thought the video was fine. Others, though, had stronger views and warned parents against allowing their children to do this.

Briefly News compiled some comments:

@sammy_naidoo1 thought the scene was adorable:

"So cute."

@_fridge_05 was not impressed:

Read also

African kids perform Gwara Gwara at 'Britain's Got Talent' and get awarded golden buzzer, TikTok of lit routine gets 11M views

"This is not cute."

@mericoche was concerned:

"demonic song."

@hislordship34 didn't understand the hate the trend was getting:

"Please, can someone explain to me why they say this song is satanic? I want to get something right."

@ntwenhle353 warned it needs to stop:

"That's why when I register my child, I ask them, Do they pray? Do they read the word of God? If not, I can't. This is not good."

Woman does 'Kilimanjaro' challenge but sings it herself. Mzansi loves Acapella Remix in TikTok with 5.3m views

At least some people found this version of the dance more entertaining. Briefly News reported on a woman who decided to do her version of the challenge.

Social media loved this TikTokkers acapella version of the trend. Her unique flavour added an exciting spin to the dance.

People could not stop raving about the post. As a result, the video got over 5 million views.

PAY ATTENTION: Сheck out news that is picked exactly for YOU ➡️ click on “Recommended for you” and enjoy!

Source: Briefly News

Authors:
Loyi Mamabolo avatar

Loyi Mamabolo

Online view pixel