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City Harvest Church and Kong Hee challenges you to the Mannequin Challenge

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City Harvest Church has caught on to the Mannequin Challenge. The Mannequin Challenge is a viral Internet video trend where people remain frozen in action like mannequins while a video is recorded, usually with the song “Black Beatles” by Rae Sremmurd playing in the background.

it is believed that phenomenon was started by students in Jacksonville, Florida on 12 Oct 2016 reached the shores of Singapore when it was tried at Zouk earlier this month during Juice magazine’s 18th anniversary party at the nightclub with Singapore rapper TheLionCityBoy.

Christian churches, especially those that cater to the youths, were quick to capitalise on this phenomenon. The challenge was tried by the young people at Heart of God Church earlier this month, which they described as the “largest mannequin challenge yet”.
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Kong Hee’s challenge has gone viral with over 3,600 shares.

Some commenters to Kong Hee’s video however, linked it with his ongoing court case and took a dig at him.
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