[WATCH] South Africans going crazy doing the #MalwedheChallenge
South Africans are in a frenzy doing the #MalwedeChallenge taken from a song by a Limpopo based musician King Monada.
Videos have been making the rounds on social media with people posting themselves dancing to the song by pretending to be fainting in classrooms, some even while driving.
Now the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) has issued a warning asking people not to do the challenge while driving as it poses risks to road users.
Well we did end up meeting. Now I'm at my happiest!— Nkupi the Entertainer (@nkupis) November 4, 2018
Thanks to everyone, you liked shared & recomended me 💕🙌🏽
Now I'm inside my dream. I mean look at it 😁🤗@KingMonada4 + @nkupis
This is just the beginning of something great!@CapricornFM #MalwedheChallenge pic.twitter.com/g44pgIX8Q7
In other videos that went viral, a guy named Smanga was hit by a bus while filming himself having a good time.
In the video, you could hear Smanga and his friends saying they are having a good time while a bus taking a turn in the street hit him.
This could've ended tragically but fortunately, he was not really hurt.
Maybe the RTMC's warning should be taken seriously after all.
Smanga is the clown of Mzansi...Jonathan “Khabazela” Fairbairn
This video has to be the greatest video in 2018. Top 2 for sure. pic.twitter.com/bEH9pKvcjp— Patricío (@PatrickJnr) November 7, 2018
Listen to Jonathan "Khabazela" Fairbairn and what went viral on social media below:
This article first appeared on 702 : [WATCH] South Africans going crazy doing the #MalwedheChallenge
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