US Stars Go Crazy Over SA High School Videos

They're all the way up!

By  | May 31, 2019, 11:19 AM

Don't you just love the power of social media and the great things it can do when used correctly to spread a positive message?

Over the week, a video from the students of St Davids Marist Inanda went viral after the students were seen rocking to Fat Joe's smash hit - All The Way Up.

Because of the electrifying energy the video conveyed, South Africans, including some of our local entertainers tried their best in ensuring that Fat Joe and the other artists who featured in the song, took note of this video.

After hundreds of retweets, Fat Joe finally caught onto the video and reposted it on his own Instagram account.

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Even French Montana caught onto the wave and reposted the video as well.

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Another video has gone viral, but this time around it was from St Stithians Boys' College who were chanting Chris Brown's single, Sensei from his album - HeartBreak On A Full Moon.
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Chris Brown even tagged the school's Instagram account and all those who are or were students from St Stithians Boys' College expressed how excited and proud they are of being associated with such a school.

These chants are known as the spirit war cry challenge and every other high school in South Africa has been taking part in the challenge.

What a time to be in high school!

Main Image Credit: Instagram/@FatJoe


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