Dancing To Cardi B And Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘WAP’ Is Causing TikTok Fans Serious Injuries

You can always count on TikTok to house some of the biggest dance trends on the planet, and now that Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion have broken the internet and topped the charts with their new single “WAP,” it only makes sense that people would want to try it. The problem is that unless you’re damn good at dancing, your chances of causing yourself serious injuries are pretty high…


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  1. Choreographer Brian Esperon did an amazing version. After the extremely risque “WAP” video came out, in which Cardi and Megan both pulled off some killer moves, Esperon took to TikTok to post his own version of the dance. Fans loved it and requested he give them a mini tutorial so that they could try too, and that’s when things started to go downhill.
  2. More than 15 million people have viewed the tutorial so far. That means that at least that many people were interested in learning the dance even if they didn’t actually try it in the end. One girl who did, however, was user Allison, who goes by @lib_bbbbbbb. She ended up in the hospital after her attempt!
  3. No dance is worth ending up in the hospital. Allison ended up popping her knee out of its socket when trying to do the split portion of the “WAP” dance and had to be taken away on a stretcher so that doctors could put things back in their right place. Even Esperon shared Allison’s video, asking others if they’d also been injured.
  4. Allison is going to take a break from dancing for now. While she’s recovering well and doing just fine now that her knee socket is back in place, she’s not going to be trying the “WAP” dance on TikTok or any others anywhere else anytime soon. “Gonna let the professionals dance from now on,” she said.
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