The hashtag #JohnCena is trending on Twitter on Thursday following South African artist Sho Madjozi announcing that her “John Cena” single hit one million views on YouTube.
“One million views!!!!!! Thanks for watching,” the singer tweeted.
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One million views!!!!!!
Thanks for watching #ColorsxShoMadjozi shoutout to @dwpacademy !!! Shoutout to @colorsxstudios for allowing us to do our thing Which crew are youuuu???? #JohnCena pic.twitter.com/wECYHMI6kK
— #LimpopoChampionsLeague (@ShoMadjozi) August 21, 2019
Fans across the country took the opportunity to celebrate the star, who won a BET Award for Best New International Act in June.
— Hector Makhata (@HectorMakhata) August 22, 2019
— Sam Beynon (@BeynonSammy) August 22, 2019
This week has just been such a beautiful week, waking up to the timeline and seeing all the @ShoMadjozi #JohnCena appreciation content. I am officially a member of the Limpopo Champions League coz this is the positivity I signed up for
— Jay Badza (@jaybadza47) August 22, 2019
Last week, Madjozi released “John Cena” in collaboration with music platform Colours, and since then several fans also posted #JonaCenaChallenge videos.
— James Bassingthwaighte (@JamesBassJHB) August 21, 2019
— #IThAmBo OUT RN! “
(@IamLeeCore) August 22, 2019
Today I met this beautiful dancers and decided to Choreograph something and mind you it was a last minute thing and we fell in love with this song by: @ShoMadjozi #johncenachallenge #Johncena
hope you enjoy can the song be out already because Wow! Istoomuch pic.twitter.com/5ys1Qfmvy5
(@melitaramokgos1) August 21, 2019
Meanwhile, the real John Cena acknowledged the song by posting a picture of Madjozi on his Instagram account earlier this week.
Feature image: screenshot, Colours via YouTube