What you’re about to see is probably the best thing to come out of college basketball locker rooms (besides players) since … um … sweaty socks? OK, so maybe it’s not competing with that much actually, but big ups to Jared Nickens of the Maryland Terrapins for starting the internet’s latest dance craze, the #RunningManChallenge.
Apologies in advance for getting Ghost Town DJ’s “My Boo” stuck in your head for the next hundred years.
#runningmanchallenge continued @olem__ @damontedodd35 @jaybriddle_1 @dami0nlee @tc_carter21 @seth04 @michaelamabrey @med_xiii @justinbibbs10 @ts10__ @thatmcduffiekid @nigel_hayes @drobinsoniii @jalenadams2 @a.terrell24 @tl22__ @hallywood_3 @jump.mannn @washfinest_20 @kuzzy_35 @cporter_ @johnny.glaze @lawschool4 @houseofhighlights *credit to @11.oo7 *
It’s spread to professional and non-basketball sports:
A little #FunAndGames before getting in a great practice this morning.... Ever wonder how #ElTioDrew works on his footwork or is this what happens when your favorite tune comes on? @kyrieirving with a little help of @imanshumpert doing the #runningman before @Cavs practice. #Allin216 #GoCavs #FamilyTime.
The Ring of Honor... Gone wrong! pic.twitter.com/PsNEqy4v5B— Rutgers Football (@RFootball) April 22, 2016
It’s spread to hip-hop and vine stars:
And also to ????:
Great job, men, keep it up!