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Who invented the Woah dance?
“The Woah” has a history that is equally shared by Houston and Dallas, depending on who you ask. Young Dejo has said The Dejo predates “The Woah,” even though the dances are similar. Dallas dancer 10K Cash also has claim to it as he’s been spotted hitting the dance alongside Lil Uzi Vert and more.
How did the Woah become popular?
The trend started on TikTok and has since spread far beyond the platform. For anyone not versed in this phenomenon, hitting the woah is when a dancer makes a quick, small circular motion with their fists and leans into a freeze position when the beat drops in a song.
How do you hit the Woah?
How To Hit The Woah (Dance Tutorial) | Chop Daily
When was Woo created?
The term “Woo” is a noun which was coined and popularized in Brooklyn, New York by Pop Smoke when he released his 2019 mixtape “Meet the Woo”.
Who started Crips in New York?
The Crips were formed in Los Angeles in 1969 by Raymond Lee Washington, a 15-year-old from South Central who called his street-fighting crew the Avenue Cribs because of their youth and joined forces with another local gang founder, Stanley “Tookie” Williams.