I don’t know if you have come across this report trending already, claiming that DAB dance is evil-related or anti-Christ-like, seriously warning Christians to desist from dancing it. I am not here to tell you that it is demonic or not, but to hear from you. Mind you, many are gonna be here to check out the comments. Say what you think about this dance and find out what others gonna say too.
SEE THE IMAGE BELOW CONTAINING AN INSCRIPTION CLAIMING THAT THE DANCE IS DEMONIC… AFTER WHICH WE’LL BRIEFLY TALK ABOUT THIS DANCE.
The dab is a dance move in which the dancer simultaneously drops the head while raising an arm and the elbow in a gesture that has been noted to resemble sneezing. As a Sports Illustrated article about the phenomenon described the dab, “The dance is pretty simple; one leans in to their elbow like they’re sneezing.”
Rich the Kid is featured in a YouTube video tutorial on dabbing. As of February 12, 2016, the video has been viewed more than 1 million times. Jason Derulo taughtJames Corden how to dab during a November 4, 2015 edition of “Carpool Karaoke” on The Late Late Show with James Corden.
The dab has its origins in the Atlanta hip-hop scene, but there is disagreement about who originated the dance. Artists frequently mentioned as possible originators include Migos (as in “Look at My Dab”), Skippa Da Flippa,Peewee Longway, and Rich The Kid.
American rapper Bow Wow attempted to explain the origin of the dab dance, saying it derived from the cannabis dabbers community started long before the dance move in 2012. He was met with opposition from other rappers who immediately took to Twitter to insult and disagree with him.
NFL quarterback Cam Newton of the Carolina Panthers is known for performing this dance move when he scores a touchdown.