- Master KG was taken aback when he saw Cristiano Ronaldo grooving to Jerusalema
- While Master KG has had many amazing people join his challenge, having Ronaldo join is something he truly wished for
- Taking to social media, Master KG shared the news and his excitement, thanking Ronaldo for making his wish come true
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Master KG’s Jerusalema just does not stop giving! World-famous soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo got involved with the global dance revolution and Master KG was blown away.
Seeing the unity Jerusalema has created all over the globe is truly heartwarming. Watching all the clips have struck many smiles, tears and instilled a lot of hope during a time where it is needed most.
YEN.com.gh learnt that Master KG had wished Ronaldo would partake in the Jerusalema dance challenge and he did. Seeing the endless support has left Master KG with a heart bursting with gratitude.
Jerusalema has literally had people from all corners of the earth grooving. While they might not understand the words, they feel the beat and that is really all that they need.
Taking to social media, Master KG expressed his endless thanks to Ronaldo for hearing his wishes and being such a team player. Having an international football legend do his dance challenge is something Master KG will never forget.
“I remember telling my friends weeks ago that my wish is to see @Cristiano playing Jerusalema. And today he posted it. Thank you #Jerusalema”
YEN.com.gh previously reported that the Jerusalema challenge has flooded our news feeds with amazing videos from across the world but South Africans still manage to do it best.
This week, a video surfaced online showing three stunning ladies putting their own spin on the viral challenge. They rocked beautiful outfits as they honoured the Tsonga culture while taking the Jerusalema challenge to a whole new level.
The video was shared on the #ImStaying Facebook page by social media user Chrizen Gajeni, who captioned it:
"New Jerusalema dance challenge, proudly Tsongas."