Quirked-Up Line Dancing White Boy Goes Viral For His Quirked-Up Line Dancing Videos
After years of standing as a Y2k grinding staple, Britney Spears' remix of Rihanna’s “S&M” has garnered a new official dance – country line dancing, to be specific.
Late last year, line dancing influencer @shane_murphy3 shared a clip depicting how country bros get down — even to the most unlikely of songs. “Tush push line dance,” he captioned the clip, depicting a crowd largely consisting of quirked-up white boys perfectly executing a line dance known as the Tush Push.
Garnering upwards of 1.8 million likes, @shane_murphy3’s hashtag of #goviral worked its magic, with several commenters relaying how insane their moves are. “bout to start line dancing bc this looks fun af,” wrote @eil.liw. “Time to go to Texas and find me a nate jacobs,” added @madisonthedoll.
From Rihanna fans to country enthusiasts, @glittergreigy said it best: “I absolutely adore how line dancing brings people together ”