- Construction workers are the latest group to do the Jerusalema dance challenge
- The song and dance challenge has been going viral across the world in the last few months
- Social media users praised the workers for their great contribution to the movement
Construction workers in Zimbabwe are the latest to join 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.
Frontline workers, students, friends and families - everyone is taking part in the challenge and having a ton of fun while at it. These construction workers based in Zimbabwe, who are no different, even added a little twist to their dance clip.
Social media users loved watching the crew do their thing, reacting to the post hundreds of times. They also left many comments for the workers who they thought did a pretty stellar job. View the clip here.
Here are some of the comments from those who watched the video.
Lebo Leabile said:
"Ladies and gents... we finally have the winner."
Lara Dahms said:
"Its not about the people who take part but to watch their enjoyment taking part. Well done."
While Phala Modise had this to say:
"It is really is also becoming a team-building dance move."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that another #JerusalemaChallenge was filmed in Belgium as 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.
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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.
In other related news, three firefighters in Portugal also did the same challenge and went viral for it. They were in their full uniform could be seen getting down to the song.
Their video had 1,500 reactions and 738,000 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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