The first lockdown weekend is now a distant memory. Most of us survived it and are now looking forward to what this weekend has in store for us on the social media streets.
‘Don’t Rush’ is a song that was released last-year by Young T and Bugsey. In the challenge, people are seen switching from their indoor clothes to stunning outfits with beautiful face -beats with the song playing in the background when recording their videos.
This challenge has seemingly swept across the world as influencers, doctors, bloggers, beauty enthusiasts, bankers, lawyers and celebrities took their time to get all glammed up and have some fun.
In a compiled video which they all posted on their Instagram accounts, they can be seen passing on seasoning to each other to spice up their uncooked meals, which after a few seconds appear deliciously cooked.
“#DONTRUSHCHALLENGE ... SA Female Foodies Edition. Adding a sprinkle of spice to your timeline with some of my fellow food-sisters! @cookingwithzanele @chef_nti @thelazymakoti @lornamaseko @dinneratmatlohas.
Show us some love and comment with a (crown) if you think we nailed it,” wrote Nene.
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Adding a sprinkle of spice to your timeline with some of my fellow food-sisters! @cookingwithzanele @chef_nti @thelazymakoti @lornamaseko @dinneratmatlohas . Show us some love and comment with a 👑 if you think we nailed it! . . #zolanene #dontrushchallenge #foodies #chefs #pepper #proudlysouthafrican #food24_sa @food24_sa @eatoutguide @brandsouthafrica @theshaderoom @unileverfoodsolutions_sa
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