There is never a dull moment on social media. The #JohnVuliGate challenge has been taking social media by storm, and your favourite stars have joined in on all the fun!
The challenge went viral after a TikTok video, of a group of young women was shared on social media, where they are seen dancing to Mapara A Jazz Ft. Gaz and Colano’s John Vuli Gate song. The young women are causing quite a stir as they are seen shaking their assets to the hit track outside of a filling station.
A young woman in the video, dressed in a leather skirt and black turtle neck, delivered some catchy dance moves and she has stolen the hearts of many people who have dubbed her the Beyonce of the group.
The young women have been trending on Twitter with many praising them for making the challenge viral. The challenge has been calling on ladies to shake their hips and bums to the catchy amapiano song.
Skeem Saam cast members decided to participate in it and they have left many in awe. Their challenge was shared on Twitter and they are seen shaking their assets, with one of the show’s favorite characters John Maputla becoming extra!
The song seems to have been inspired by a scene from Mzansi’s award-winning film Tsotsi, where one of the characters Pumla played by Nambitha Mpumlwana, steps out of her car into the pouring rain, and she goes to the intercom at the gate to ask for her husband to open for her. Pumla shouts “John vuli gate.
This is not the first challenge to go viral. Master KG’s #JerusalemaChallenge also continues to spark a phenomenal global dance frenzy with many people across the globe participating in the challenge.
Just recently president Ramaphosa endorsed the dance challenge and called on everyone to participate on it on Heritage Day.
— OFFICIAL Skeem Saam 10 (@SkeemSaam3) October 16, 2020
“I urge everyone to use this public holiday as family time, to reflect on the difficult journey we have all travelled, to remember those who have lost their lives, and to quietly rejoice the remarkable and diverse heritage of our nation.
And there can be no better way to celebrate our South African-ness than joining the global phenomenon that is spreading across the world and that is the Jerusalema dance challenge.
The Jerusalema song that I love so much So I urge all of you to take up this challenge on Heritage Day and show the world what we are capable of our performers have demonstrated to the world that we’ve got good music and good dance and a good move, so quietly let’s celebrate our heritage,” he said.