- A video showing two adorable little boys participating in the #JerusalemaChallenge has gone viral on social media
- The video was originally uploaded to Instagram by @masakakidsafrican and reshared to Facebook by New African Woman Magazine
- The adorable boys managed to gather millions of views with their synchronisation and amazing moves
Two adorable little boys have gone viral for dancing to Master KG and Nomcebo's hit song - Jerusalema. The 58-second clip starts with a boy in a blue long sleeve t-shirt dancing on his own before he is joined by a friend in red.
The two boys show off their amazing synchronisation and dance skills with each having a solo at different times. At the 30-second mark a third boy, with a white t-shirt, joins in but does not stay for too long.
The cute video of the little boys was posted to Facebook by New African Woman Magazine and has gained around 1.6 million views, 76,000 reactions, 30,000 shares and over 5,000 comments. The page said it was a repost from @masakakidsafrican from Instagram.
Take a look at the original Instagram post below:
Legit.ng compiled a few of the comments left under the Facebook post.
Pushpa Valli wrote:
"Lovely song to hear and lovely dance to see... God bless you kids..."
Tracey Jane Tanner said:
"Amazing little dancers and so in tune with each other. Just love the song as well. I get goosebumps whenever I hear it."
Marrilus Gbolego commented:
"The best Jerusalema dance performance I have seen so far, these kids are phenomenal."
Christopher Davison added:
"Those kids are awesome dancers, natural rhythm in perfect sync, love the music."
In other news, a cute baby boy recently warmed the hearts of thousands after a short video clip of him attempting to do the Jerusalema Challenge was shared on Twitter by the official South African presidency account.
In the 41-second clip, the baby could be seen getting excited as the music video by Master KG and Nomcebo started playing on the television behind him. Shortly thereafter, he began his quite cute attempt at dancing along.
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