- US musician Chance the Rapper has expressed his interest in learning the #JerusalemaChallenge dance moves
- This comes after the legendary Janet Jackson posted a second social media post about the song and dance
- Followers excitedly flooded the rapper's comment section as some invited him to come to learn the dance in South Africa
Master KG's Jerusalema success grows more and more with each passing day. After the song received international attention, global superstars have been sharing it all over their massive social media platforms.
Recently, US musician Chance the Rapper shared that he would love to learn the dance accompanying the song. Janet Jackson shared her second post about the song on Sunday.
In the clip, a group of people were seen doing the #JerusalemaChallenge.
Chance retweeted the post and said: "Let's learn this"
South Africans were ecstatic about the endorsement and flooded the rapper's comment section with their thoughts.
Twitter user Thabang_SF said: "You will scroll trying to find comments of other people from different countries but you will only find South Africans"
RehomoditsweJ said: "You must Visit SA for tutorials"
MModimo said: "Please do so and please post the video. Would love to see you do the dance"
Mthokozisinzima said: "You have to visit SA first, from there you shall feel the energy and the culture behind the dance"
AndImLee said: "South Africans watching the world enjoy Jerusalema"
Just a few days ago, it was reported that Master KG took to social media to share that Jerusalema hit a whopping 100 million views on YouTube.
The musician's song featuring songstress Nomcebo Zikode became a global dance sensation and has kept the world dancing the Covid-19 blues away.
Master KG and Nomcebo, who have both been officially named as young ambassadors for the country by the Department of Arts, Sports and Culture, just keep flying the South African flag very high with their slapping track.
Meanwhile, the JerusalemaChallenge was filmed in Belgium as healthcare workers at a children's hospital united to dance to Master KG's mega-hit song.
It was gathered that the 250 healthcare workers in Belgium decided to stand together to do the Jerusalema challenge.
The caption of the video stated that people wore masks, practised social distancing, and busted a move on the lawn of a children's hospital.
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