- On Thursday, September 24, South Africa took part in the Jerusalema Challenge to celebrate Heritage Day
- However, a group of Saffas could not complete their dance because of a dog
- A video shows the dancers running away after the pooch made his appearance
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After President Cyril Ramaphosa called on South Africans to unite and do the Jerusalema Challenge, the internet was flooded with videos of the viral dance.
However, midway through the dance, an uninvited four-legged guest made an appearance and sent the dancers running. The dog didn't appear aggressive but the citizens were not taking any chances. The hilarious incident was caught on video and posted online.
Thenjiwe Khumalo, who goes by the Twitter handle @10GEE_Khumi, shared the video on the platform and simply captioned it:
"Hayibo lenja! #JerusalemaDanceChallenge."
Take a look at the video below:
The video had South Africans laughing out loud and they gave their two cents' worth on the pooch joining the challenge.
Social media user, @mduKuPhela, commented:
"I love that dog. Fixing the country."
Another tweep, @HandsomeHandson, added:
"The dog was having none of that nonsense."
Twitter user, @GuguStatu, wrote:
"Just wanted to dance along."
Legit.ng previously reported that what may be the cutest Jerusalema Challenge video made the rounds on social media.
In the short clip that was uploaded by Durban's Eye on its Facebook page, an adorable baby girl could be seen delivering her best moves.
The little cutie could be seen dancing candidly on her playmat in a TV room while a little boy lay on a couch in the background.
While she may not have exactly got all of the original #JerusalemaChallenge moves to the tee, she sure did try.
The short clip received thousands of well-deserved reactions from Facebook users who simply loved seeing the little girl doing her thing so candidly and full of rhythm.
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