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WATCH: Shatta Bandle Falls Like ‘GHc 1 Paper’ After Attempting To Join The #CrateChallenge

Self-acclaimed billionaire, Shatta Bandle has joined the viral #CrateChallenge in a new video.

Shatta Bandle, in a recent video has cracked the  ribs of his fans online after deciding to hop onto the recent challenge trending worldwide.

The crate challenge is the new trend in town which sees people climbing over a number of stacked crates.

One would be considered to have successfully completed the challenge after a error-free ascent and descent.

Only a handful of people have managed to ace the challenge with the rest tumbling to the ground in the many videos that have been spotted online.

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In a video sighted by GhArticles.com on Instagram, the diminutive had stacked a number of crates as he braved the odds to replicate the new trend.

Before getting on with the task, Shatta Bandle indicated that he had sighted the trend of people climbing crates and decided to try it as well.

According to him, many people have failed to climb the stacked crates but he will do it one time.

Following his ‘opening speech’, Bandle moved to the crates and carefully started her ascent to the top.

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However, Bandle could not raised his right foot onto the next stacked crate due to the small length of his leg.

Several attempts to climb failed as he missed a step and fell on the ground flat.

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Source: GhArticles.com

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