//Tom Steyer dances to Again that Azz up in excruciating video

Tom Steyer dances to Again that Azz up in excruciating video

Now that is one technique to shake free some votes!

Billionaire White Home hopeful Tom Steyer danced on stage with rapper Juvenile in a remaining enchantment to voters in South Carolina earlier than the all-important primary Saturday.

Steyer, carrying his signature tartan tie, received low, bounced and shook his hips as Juvenile carried out a rendition of “Again that Thang Up” — the PG model of the 1999 basic “Again that Azz Up.”

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His spouse, Kat Taylor, joined him on stage as a back-up dancer and received down too whereas holding her smartphone.

The unbelievable spectacle that caught fireplace on social media passed off at Allen College, a traditionally black college, Friday evening.

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Steyer hosted a get out the vote rally in Columbia and invited Yolanda Adams, DJ Jazzy Jeff, and Juvenile. Earlier than the unlikely Steyer-Juvenile efficiency, attendees had been handled to a beneficiant unfold of meals, together with a mashed potato bar, the Daily Mail reported.

Juvenile was presupposed to carry out earlier as a warm-up to Steyer, however there was a sound challenge that prevented him from ending his set.

Democratic Presidential candidate entrepreneur Tom Steyer dances onstage with rapper Juvenile singing "Back That Azz Up" during his Get Out the Vote rally in Columbia, South Carolina, U.S., on February 28, 2020.

Democratic Presidential candidate entrepreneur Tom Steyer dances onstage with rapper Juvenile singing “Again That Azz Up” throughout his Get Out the Vote rally in Columbia, South Carolina, U.S., on February 28, 2020.
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“Come on sound man, you’re getting worse by the second,” the rapper complained, the Each day Mail reported. “I think the sound man went to the bar!”

Juvenile then left the stage and Adams, a gospel singer, took his place.

The rapper returned after Steyer’s headlining speech and busted out his hit with Steyer and his spouse and daughter becoming a member of him on stage.

Steyer’s marketing campaign embraced the viral second and tweeted out a portion of the video reminding voters to go to the polls with the hashtag #BackThatVoteUp.

Steyer, who has been closely courting black voters, is optimistic of lead to South Carolina.

Rapper Juvenile performs at an election-eve rally for Democrat Tom Steyer the night before the South Carolina presidential primary on Friday, Feb. 28, 2020, in Columbia, S.C. (AP Photo/Meg Kinnard)

Rapper Juvenile performs at an election-eve rally for Democrat Tom Steyer the evening earlier than the South Carolina presidential main on Friday, Feb. 28, 2020, in Columbia, S.C. (AP Picture/Meg Kinnard)

The newest polls place him in third place – behind Biden and Sanders.

Steyer instructed Fox Information on Friday how he seen his possibilities.

“We’ve an excellent staff right here. I’ve spent a whole lot of time on the bottom and I’m speaking straightforwardly about points,” he mentioned. “This can be a closely African-American state. I discuss very straightforwardly about race. I’m the one individual speaking about reparations for slavery. I believe I’ve been right here probably the most and appeared most individuals within the eye and talked most straightforwardly and I believe that’s why.”

Requested how a stable end in South Carolina would assist him within the Tremendous Tuesday states, Steyer mentioned, “I think that’s a springboard for people to think that I can pull this party together, which is what I want.”

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South Carolina Democratic Get together Chairman Trav Robertson gave Steyer credit score.

“It seems he resonates very effectively. He’s very personable,” Robertson mentioned. “I’m not going to be stunned if Steyer wins a delegate or two.”

And he predicted that if Steyer does effectively, it might take a chew out of Biden’s help amongst older black voters.

Fox Information’ Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.