Can Floyd Mayweather’s ‘Money May’ Dance Replace The Whip And Nae Nae?
Out of nowhere, Silento’s inescapable Whip and Nae Nae became a nationwide sensation with everyone from morning news crews, mothers, children and even the elderly getting in on the fun. Basically, allowing anyone with properly functioning limbs to do their own version of the dance.
But just like most popular dances, they don’t last forever and it seems as if a new one has blossomed from an unlikely of places.
Floyd Mayweather unknowingly created a new dance after two young fighters went toe-to-toe in the ring. As one got the other on the ropes and
dealt the final punch, which left one knocked out, Mayweather showcased his robust compassion for the fighter by doing the Money May dance, a new
Watch the clip below