Officer Charlie Kingery was asked to take part in “The Git Up Challenge,” and he happily accepted.
His video immediately went viral which was obvious.
Every year we see many challenges on the internet. This time, it’s “The Git Up” challenge that has everyone putting on their dancing shoes.
It’s not the first time when a police officer showed his dance moves, 2018’s “lip-sync challenge” that had cops and firefighters from all over the country were competing in the challenge.
According to Blanco, there are four simple steps required: the Cowboy Boogie, Hoedown, Butterfly, and the Two-Step.
The music artist even created a dance tutorial to help fans learn how to do “The Git Up.”
Since the challenge started, people from everywhere have joined in and shared their videos. From brides and grooms to kids, to construction workers – it’s very exciting to see who’s next on the list.
Kingery didn’t hesitate to join this trend and fulfilled his friend’s demand. Dressed in his police uniform, Kingery recorded himself at home dancing on the tune. And oh boy, can this officer move!
He dances to the fun lyrics, which go: “Gon’ and do the two-step then cowboy boogie. Grab your sweetheart and spin out with ’em. Do the hoedown and get into it (whoo, whoo, whoo).”
Kingery’s just getting started though. He continues as the song plays on, “Take it to the left now and dip with it. Gon’ throw down, take a sip with it. Now lean back, put your hips in it – (Whoo, whoo, whoo) let’s have some fun.”
But where did Kingery get his skills? He said: “I grew up just enjoying dancing with friends and everything – and then my kids, one of the things we like to do is dance all the time in the kitchen.”
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