Master KG is chuffed about President Cyril Ramaphosa’s involve South Africa to try to to the worldwide “Jerusalema” Dance Challenge.
From Cristiano Ronaldo to Janet Jackson to Ramaphosa giving a shout-out to the worldwide hit “Jerusalema”, Master KG and Nomcebo Zikode are indeed on a streak .
During his national address on Wednesday, Ramaphosa urged all South Africans to try to to the “Jerusalema” Dance Challenge as a part of this year’s Heritage Day celebrations.
“There are often no better thanks to celebrate our South Africans than joining the planet wide phenomenon that’s spreading across the world, which is that the “Jerusalema” Dance Challenge. I urge all of you to require up this challenge on Heritage Day,” he said.
The president revealed that he’s an enormous fan of the hit song that got took the planet by storm, pertaining to it as “the ’Jerusalema’ song that I love”.
“I urge all of you to require up this challenge and show the planet what we are capable of,” Ramaphosa said. He also hailed local artists who, through their talent, have put South Africa on the map.
“Our performers have demonstrated to the planet that we’ve got good music and good dance moves, so let’s celebrate our heritage,” he added.
Master KG expressed his gratitude for the love the planet has shown him as “Jerusalema” keeps topping the worldwide charts.
The Limpopo-born star wrote: “Never underestimate the facility of God.”
Fans and industry friends still show their love and support to Master KG under #JerusalemaChallenge.
In July, Minister of Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa officially named Master KG and Nomcebo Zikode as young ambassadors for the country for uniting people across the planet during the worldwide pandemic.
The song, which has garnered over 130 000 views on YouTube, saw people from all corners of the planet taking over the challenge.
“Jerusalema” has since been declared a worldwide anthem.