It seems that the Running Man Challenge that went viral over the past few weeks is far from over, as more and more celebrities and sports icons have joined the online craze.
The latest addition to celebrities and sports personalities include Kevin Hart, the Villanova Wildcats, and American rapper Flo Rida. Even personnel from the Winter Haven Police are among those who joined the fad.
Flo Rida, or Tramar Lacel Dillard, a hip hop artist who popularized “Low,” among others, recently took the stage with his epic running man in Good Morning USA on ABC. Flo Rida is one of the top grossing hip-hop artists in the U.S., having sold 80 million digital copies worldwide.
The “running man challenge” that hit the internet was popularized by Maryland basketball players Jayden Bradley and Jared Nickens in a video where they perform the now infamous dance craze. The two players are seen in the clip dancing to the tune of “My Boo” by Ghost Town DJ. The song was released on May 21, 1996.
The boys of Villanova Wildcats are not saying no to this challenge. In fact, they brought it to a higher level. They danced in the White House, as reported by the CSN Philly. The video was uploaded by the team’s forward player, Kris Jenkins, on his Instagram account. You can view the post at the end of the article.
Then, American actor-slash-comedian Kevin Hart also accepted the Running Man challenge, but unlike other celebrities, Hart did the drill with his family. He posted a video of his version of the dance with his wife and kids, the Essence reported.
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