Dances by President Ramaphosa go viral and go viral.

Dances by President Ramaphosa go viral and go viral.

President Cyril Ramaphosa left fans in stitches with his Water Challenge dance moves after Tyla’s Grammy win.

President Ramaphosa Water Challenge dance

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa pulled off some impressive dance moves doing the Water challenge from a song by Tyla on 6 January.

Tyla won her first Grammy award with her song Water, and many fans have been congratulating her on social media. Since the song was released, it has been an apparent hit, and many celebs have been dancing to it.

Among them is South African actress Bontle Modiselle, who nailed the challenge on TikTok. Her moves looked flawless, and fans loved it, especially when she did the dances in the water. Indeed, the president took his time in joining the challenge, but fans love his dances.

Sharing it on one of the official X handles @PresidencyZA, who also loved it.

“President @CyrilRamaphosa participates in @Tyllaaaaaaa’s #WaterChallenge on conclusion of the Presidential Youth Engagement, which took place at the Belhar Sports Complex in the Western Cape.”

MZANSI REACTS TO HIS DANCES

After the video of President Ramaphosa’s Water Challenge dances went viral, many fans loved it, while some took it personally.

@Ngubenil “pillar-of-strength took the assignment way too seriously 🤭”

@Dingswayo_N “Petrol is hiking hefty tonight Luna lajiva neh kumnandi, just give us the voting date 😭😭😭😭”

@UnathiAfrika “Haabe, yini ke manje let? Umkhonomi unje iPresident iya thweka? 😳😳😳😳”

@rebakgasi “Don’t show your parents this. They might vote for them again.”

PRESIDENT RAMAPHOSA CONGRATULATES TYLA ON HER WATER GRAMMY WIN BEFORE HE JOINS THE CHALLENGE

On 5 January, the South African musician won the Best African Music Performance Grammy award. After her historic achievement, many celebrities congratulated her, and so did the president.

“Woke up to the news of our very own Tyla winning the Best African Music Performance for her song ‘Water’ at the #Grammys. She is the youngest African to win such a prestigious award, adding herself to the list of eminent South African artists and musicians who have made an indelible mark on the world stage.” he said.

“@Tyllaaaaaaa, we congratulate you, and we celebrate with you. Your win affirms South Africa’s sustained success in various international fora. Thank you for your authenticity and for flying the flag.” he finished congratulating her.

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