Norfolk Police Department posted his lip sync battle to Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk.”
A Virginia police brought the heat when it came to a lip sync battle with their Texas colleagues.
Norfolk police posted a video of officers dancing to the music of Bruno Mars’ hit song “Uptown Funk” in response to a lip sync challenge with the Corinth Police Department in Texas.
“YOUR WAIT IS OVER!!!! The Norfolk Police Department was challenged by the Corinth Police department, Texas, to a #lipsync battle and we gladly accepted,” the department wrote on Facebook.
The department of the police of the video has been viewed more than 14 million times.
Norfolk police said that the video was recorded in one take, and even a baby and firefighters.
The video was such a big hit that it garnered almost 400,000 comments, and 438,000 shares of Tuesday afternoon, less than 24 hours ago it was posted.
The video has been watched 14 million times.
Corinth Police took the social media by storm with their rendition of Miley Cyrus’ “y in the usa” on 1 July. The video has already more than 200,000 responses and 10 million views on her Facebook page.
Norfolk police challenged Seattle Police Department, Norfolk Constabulary, Virginia Beach Police Department and Saint Louis Metropolitan Police Department.
The lip sync battles between the police started with a video of Alexander Mena, a delegate in Bexar County, Texas, Sheriff’s Office, the singing of “Fuiste Mala” by Kumbia Kings on June 19 in a patrol car. Of Tuesday, the video has garnered 1.4 million views on Facebook. Officers from other departments then began challenging Mena to a lip sync battle.
The police soon took the challenge across the country and began including all of the officers in the station.
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