South African president Cyril Ramaphosa has come under fire from Zimbabweans after ‘stealing’ JerusalemaDanceChallenge done by Bitumen world and credit it to South Africans.
The video which was already trending before his announcement on taking up the dance for World Heritage day has left him with egg in face.
The Presidency Twitter account posted;
[WATCH]: South Africa responds to the call by President @CyrilRamaphosa to take up the #JerusalemaChallenge #HeritageDay2020 #JerusalemaDanceChallenge #MyHeritageYourHeritage pic.twitter.com/Nm6DTgFJqj
— Presidency | South Africa 🇿🇦 (@PresidencyZA) September 24, 2020
Zimbabweans were quick to notice South African government had erred and said;
Hezvoness. These are Zimbabweans dancing in Zimbabwe. Employed by Bitumen. I guess the South African President wishes he had hardworking honest Zimbabweans for citizens 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/3YpzZF8phf
— Nicole Hondo 🇿🇼 (@nicolehondo_) September 24, 2020
Others mocked the mishap saying that is why South Africa considers Zimbabwe as its 10th province.
Master KG, the owner of the song together with Nomcebo, celebrated 150 million Youtube views yesterday and was pictured driving a red Ferrari.