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The Arizona Wildcats women’s gymnastics team — with a sprinkling of football players — hopped aboard the “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)” bandwagon earlier this week. They’ve accumulated a respectable quarter million views in just five days, but have more than sixteen million to go before they catch up to the Dem Bague Boyz and Phoenix Lil’Mini video posted in April.

Silento’s viral single has became the fastest debut video to reach 100-million Vevo views. Since the song (and accompanying dance) was introduced in January, sports-related tribute videos have been trickling in.


An umpire in Texarkana, Arkansas can do more than just call balls and strikes, he can whip and nae nae! Notably, the fun-loving adult tries to cajole the catcher at the Arkansas State Baseball Tournament to join him in doing the “stanky leg.” Alas, to no avail.


J.J. Watt got schooled in the dance craze by a gaggle of enthusiastic girls at a Houston-area YMCA camp.


Chris Paul may be the floor general for the Los Angeles Clippers, but his son is a master of the dance floor.

And last, but not least, Steph Curry’s now famous daughter Riley showed off her moves whilst celebrating her 3rd birthday anniversary.


If you’ve read this far, you probably want to learn the dance for yourself. Who better to provide instruction than the originator, Silento. Watch him…