#JohnVuliGatechallenge Video: Ntwenhle from Isibaya takes #JohnVuliGatechallenge to another level
Asavela Mngqithi is known for playing the character of Ntwenhle on the Isibaya drama series. She portrays the character of a young independent and rebellious girl.
Ntwenhle joined the #JohnVuliGateChallenge and left Mzansi wondering.
Trending on Twitter, the challenge is causing quite a stir and is already putting everyone in the holiday mode.
The amapiano song, “John Vuli Gate” by Mapara A Jazz Ft. Ntosh Gaz & Colano, is having Mzansi do their best rendition of the challenge with participants shaking their hips and bums.
While the original video with the new dance move was posted by TikTok user @simpearl2.
We never run out of dance moves e South Ah 🔥 pic.twitter.com/VLZnDYuf3e
— 𝗠𝗶𝗸𝗲𝘆 𝗠𝗮𝘀𝗵𝗶𝗹𝗮 (@MikeyMashila) October 13, 2020
The challenge was later fuelled by a group of ladies who posted their video on Twitter dancing at a fuel station while holding bottles of Russian Bear Vodka.
— 🍃🍁Godoba 🍁🌿 (@1st_ninjar) October 14, 2020
Ntwenhle takes #JohnVuliGatechallenge
Curvy actress Ntwenhle from Isibaya joined the #JohnVuliGatechallenge, posting on her Instagram account, Asavela posted the short video captioned: Had to jump on this challenge real quick 😂 #johnvuligatechallenge.
The challenge saw men being reprimanded for shacking their bums and prohibited from taking the #Johnvuligatechallenge despite being the pioneers of the challenge.
@SilentMunyai said: “These guys started this dance and now men must not participate in the #johnvuligatechallenge ? Anyway these gents killed it more than you all will ever do“
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Previously Savannanews reported that Virginity testers have condemned the habit of shaving punani as they believe it’s unhealthy it is also a sin.
Local publication Daily Sun spoke to virginity tester Mhlathuze Magudu from the Ubuhle Bezintombi School.
“God made the hair for a reason. When you decide to remove it, you’re saying God didn’t do justice.” “Pubic hair exists for a reason,” said Mhlathuze
She further warned girls against using creams to shave their punanis which could harm them.
“Those creams aren’t supposed to be there. They can be dangerous. That’s you’ll find some girls having infections,” said the granny.
She believes the hair should only be trimmed when it becomes too long but not to be cut completely.
Virginity tester Noxolo Ndamase said she’s been testing girls for 20 years.
“I see girls shaving punanis to chiskop and encourage them to stop. It’s not “Shaving the punani can make it vulnerable. Stop this chiskop punanis, girls warn you.”