A Saudi Arabian soccer player is facing legal trouble after dabbing during a King’s Cup match. The Al Nojoom player, whose identity still remains unknown, was offered a high-five by a teammate, but instead, chose to do a dab, BBC reported. The entire incident has been caught on camera and, reportedly, even the sports broadcaster was surprised and can be heard saying “No, no, no.”
The dance move is thought to have originated in the Southern hip-hop scene in the United States of America, although it remains unclear who came up with it. The dab rose to national prominence in the United States in 2015, but it has since spread all over the world. Even the Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, dabbed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Apart from reaching politics, dabbing is popular in sports, soccer in particular, and players like the Manchester United midfielder and French international, Paul Pogba, …
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