- A video was shared on the #ImStaying Facebook page showing healthcare workers abroad doing the Jerusalema challenge
- 250 medical staff at a children's hospital in Belgium decided to dance to Master KG's hit song
- People loved the video and they were proud of the local artist who is making waves overseas
Another #JerusalemaChallenge was filmed in Belgium. This time, healthcare workers at a children's hospital united to dance to Master KG's mega-hit song. On Sunday, August 30, the video was shared in the #ImStaying Facebook group and it inspired South Africans.
According to UZ Gent, who originally posted the clip, 250 healthcare workers in Belgium decided to stand together to do the Jerusalema challenge.
The caption stated that people wore masks, practised social distancing and busted a move on the lawn of a children's hospital.
"Strong together against Covid-19, together in sync on the dance floor," part of the post read.
South African 'stayers' loved the video and they gave the Belgium healthcare workers' attempt a thumbs-up.
Sandra Reynolds commented:
"Great stuff! Well done."
Mandisa Macingwane added:
"Goosebumps guys... so proud."
Elena Perel wrote:
"You guys have got the moves. Thank you from SA."
Fikile Joan Shikwambana said:
"Jerusalema rocks... It has united the whole world."
Maryann Rossouw commented:
"I have never known a song that has brought people together like Jerusalema has, it is absolutely awesome. Such a feel-good song."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported a video of firefighters in Portugal doing the same challenge went viral. Three firefighters in full uniform can be seen getting down to Master KGs hit song.
The video had 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.
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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.
In other news, a little baby left many amazed as she trended on social media after she was caught on camera dancing to her mom’s bedtime lullaby.
The toddler’s mother, 27-year-old Chane Milner-Joseph, said that it is her routine to always sing to Chyla Rae before she sleeps.
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