There's a post making rounds on the social media streets showing what seems like a new Savanah challenge that has entered the scenes in the late stages of 2021.
Let's recap a bit on the original #savannahchallange....It all started last year in 2020 just before Ramaphosa locked the country to curb the spread of covid-19 virus.
South Africans, mostly girls, were dancing while a Savannah cider was on top of their face. It's a challenge that has trending since it was implemented and never showed any signs of slowing down. Even this year, the #savannahchallange is still ongoing.
Now there seems to he a new derivative of the #savannahchallange, girls on the below picture can be seen closing the Savanah cider with their fingers, while holding the cider in an upside down position.
As you'd expect, after many saw the new challenge, they quickly ran to the comments section to air their views about this whole matter of a new #savannahchallange looming at the end of 2021.
Many were surprised that things have even gotten this far with regards to glamorizing the Savanah cider, if anything, it only keeps enriching billionaires like Johann Rupert, who owns a part in Distell, a company producing Savanah.
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