- Three women put their own twist on the viral Jerusalema challenge
- The stunning ladies dressed in Tsonga attire and danced to Master KG's hit song
- People loved the video and applauded the ladies for honouring their culture
The Jerusalema challenge has flooded our news feeds with amazing videos from across the world but South Africans still manage to do it best.
Recently, a video surfaced online showing three stunning ladies putting their own spin on the viral challenge. They rocked beautiful outfits as they honoured the Tsonga culture while taking the Jerusalema dance challenge to a whole new level.
The video was shared on the #ImStaying Facebook page by social media user Chrizen Gajeni, who captioned it:
"New Jerusalema dance challenge proudly Tsongas."
The video gathered several comments and South Africans were in awe of the women's dance skills as well as their decision to honour their culture.
Thobekile Thobs Ncube commented:
"Bravo my ladies, love this."
Debbie Smith Besseling said:
"Wow! Just wow!"
Prudence Masango wrote:
"Oh man this is beautiful."
Veronicca Chauke-Mshwani added:
Nombasa Ngubengcuka Mhlati commented:
"My best thus far Tsongas."
Take a look at the video below:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a video of firefighters in Portugal doing the #JerusalemaChallenge 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.
In other related news, construction workers in Zimbabwe also joined in on the viral dance challenge, #JerusalemaChallenge.
This challenge has been trending for months now after Master KG and Nomcebo's song, Jerusalema became a global hit.
The construction workers based in Zimbabwe, who joined those who have participated in the challenge in the past, even added a little twist to their dance clip.
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