- Former Botswana president Ian Khama stunned social media when he danced to the iconic song Jerusalema by Mast KG
- According to the caption, he took part in the Jerusalema Challenge to celebrate Joe Biden's victory at the polls in the US election
- Social media users loved the post which soon went viral as people celebrated the statesman celebrating
The Jerusalema Challenge has taken the world by storm with entire countries getting in on the fun which has made South Africa's Master KG an international name in the world of music.
A fair share of celebrities and personalities have also taken a shot at the challenge with the latest being the former Botswana president Ian Khama.
A video of him dancing to the hit song has gone viral and has swiftly gone viral as social media users loved watching the former state leader dance to the iconic song.
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According to the caption, he danced to celebrate the historic win of Joe Biden over Donald Trump in the US elections.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Master KG has once again flown the South African flag high across international waters by winning himself an MTV European Music Award this past Sunday. The Jerusalema hitmaker thanked his fans from all over the world for the incredible support.
The hit track won an award for the Best African act, beating South African duo DJ Maphorisa and Kabza de Small, Nigeria's Burna Boy, Uganda songstress Sheebah and Gaz Mawete of the DRC. Master shared a video message to express his gratitude.
“I would love to thank each and every person out there, all over the world, for making this possible. I would love to thank my sister (collaborator Nomcebo Zikode), my team at Open Mic Productions. Everyone who is behind Master KG, thank you guys so much! To my fans all around the world, without you I don't think this would be possible.”
In other news, Master KG recently bagged an MTV EMA award and left Mzansi and the rest of the world singing his praises. To be recognised on a global platform is no easy task.
Some Mzansi social media users used the opportunity to point out how far Master KG has come since being snubbed by the South African Music Awards (SAMAs). This led to the SAMAs trending as Mzansi dragged them.
The SAMAs completely overlooked Master KG's Jerusalema in their nominations this year and many hurt fans refuse to let them forget it. Following Master KG's massive win, Twitter user EcksMavesta said:
"Master KG was snubbed by the lousy SAMAs and wins big outside the country. I hope they sleep well at night those organisers."
Source: Yen Ghana