A short video clip of presidential hopeful and controversial businessman Duduzane Zuma doing a short walk out of a building while smash hit ‘iMali Eningi’ by musician Big Zulu plays over the video has gone viral. #DuduzaneChallenge – South Africans crush over Duduzane Zuma and his bodyguard.
What initially caught everyone’s attention due to Zuma Jr’s female fans swooning over his walk, quickly became a challenge when Zuma and his friends recreated the video, this time in more formal attire and to a different song.
— Buhle (@Mabongilesi) December 4, 2020
Breaking News !!! Duduzane Zuma to Trend again Today !!!! pic.twitter.com/CUlrctqo0o
— BORN CRAZY EXCLUSIVE MOOD PROJECT (@SDAKHX_GINA) December 4, 2020
Zuma Jr has been trending for various reasons over the last few weeks, with the latest reason being his status as a fashionista and a heartthrob.
There’s something about Duduzane Zuma’s walk that no man can walketh pic.twitter.com/6qqsy1tR4Q
— GrootSuster (@GrootCstar) December 2, 2020
Even as a man, I see what these girls are talking about with Duduzane Zuma. That walk is written money and authority all over it 😭
— Juniours Moremi (@jxjx23_) December 3, 2020
Duduzane Zuma’s walk 😍 that man has presence
— Laura 💞 (@LawryKamzila) December 2, 2020
South African men refused to be left behind and rose to the challenge, literally, by creating #duduzanechallenge to poke fun at the issue with some hilarious and entertaining results.
— Awodwa (@AwodimpleA) December 4, 2020
— nokwanda (@kwanda47) December 4, 2020
— ZULU MAN WITH SOME POWER🗯🇿🇦 (@pekzar87) December 4, 2020
— Kabelo youngkay (@kabelo_youngkay) December 4, 2020
I've been studying and working on the walk with my guards! 😭😭 pic.twitter.com/PMzqXw9JEz
— 19 December / Obutii Pandemic. 🎈🎉😻❤️ (@ThabangBando) December 4, 2020
— ZamokuhleMdluli (@Zamoh_Okuhle) December 5, 2020
— IG : LisaPakatwana (@LeePakatwana) December 4, 2020
Ever since announcing his plans to run for president in the 2024 national elections, Zuma Jr. has been on a campaign trail of sorts, making a number of public appearances, doing interviews and sharing his thoughts on what’s wrong in South Africa as well as how he plans to fix it.