- The #JerusalemaChallenge has made its way to Portugal
- A video of three Portuguese firefighters has made it's way to Facebook group #ImStaying
- The video has gained 738,000 views since it has been shared to the group
A video of firefighters in Portugal doing the #JerusalemaChallenge has made it's way to the #ImStaying Facebook group. Three firefighters in full uniform can be seen getting down to Master KGs hit song. The video has 1,500 reactions and 738000 views since it was posted to the group.
This international hit is putting smiles on South Africans' faces as the pride of its dance moves are going global. Stayers have shared the video 173 times so far and the comments keep coming in.
The #JerusalemaChallenge is becoming the pride of the nation as more and more internationals are taking part.
Many users reacted with GIFs but some had kind and proud words to say.
Here's what some of the #ImStaying members had said:
Lindie Botha commented:
Priscilla Thompson wrote:
"This song and challenge could not come at a better time... Let everyone shake off the Covid stress."
Tubatsi Malakwane said:
"Wow! That's awesome!"
Frieda Tudhope added:
"Well done guys, love the song and dance and that people all over the world trying it. Proud South African."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a 21-year-old wowed the internet with her amazing dance moves. Morgan Bullock went viral when she posted her dance video on TikTok.
In the clip, she composed some foot hits that Irish dancers call heavy shoes to popular Beyonce’s remix of Megan Thee Stallion’s Savage.
One of the accolades she received for the dance moves was the invitation to dance at the Dublin’s 2021 St Patrick’s festivities organised by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.
The 21-year-old said that she really loves the Irish dancing, adding that: “It was like nothing I’d never seen before”.
She said that the first time she came in contact with the dance, she asked her mom if she could try it.
It should be noted that Bullock is quite a successful dancer who has participated in renowned competitions in Ireland and the United States.
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