Radio presenter and reality TV star Dineo Ranaka has been caught under the fire after a video of her participating in the Umlando Dance challenge surfaced on social media. On the video she was filmed dancing on top of the SABC furniture while doing her show at the Auckland Park studios in Johannesburg. Join us as we unpack more of the story below.
Social media was buzzing over the past couple of days ever since a video that was posted Twitter user named indaba kabani went viral. Ever since that day, people jumped into the bandwagon to embrace the challenge dancing on different locations (mainly it was meant for men but women couldn't resist it). Part of the people that participated includes Robot boi, Desire and Cassper Nyovest.
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Reaction on social media
It seems like the masses are in agreement with the SABC for taking such a harsh decision. Even the video did not receive much attention because some even stated that she looks like she is washing dishes. Some rushed decisions can end up running your whole career, it's important that you think everything through.
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