ICYMI: Drake's official music video for his single "Hotline Bling," which showcased the rapper's awkward grooving, spawned a bevy of hilarious (alternative) dance memes:
I'm convinced this is the greatest video on the internet right now 😂pic.twitter.com/HB4hS9z8An— ☁Donte☁ (@DonteAfff) October 20, 2015
Who did this 😭😭😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/CNLiPelbB7— Complex (@ComplexMag) October 20, 2015
Despite peaking at No. 2 in the Billboard charts, the song itself wasn't able to save Drake from being the pun of some dance-related jokes. His strongest suit clearly isn't dancing.
One person who got the moves, though, is none other than Vice President Jejomar Binay.
A Facebook user named Alek Gaerlan recently embedded an old video of the veep, which looked like it was taken from a past political sortie, in "Hotline Bling." The result was PURE INTERNET GOLD. The video has almost 280,000 views and over 4,000 shares as of this writing.
"So how was it?" you may ask. Put simply, even those not too fond of the veep's political antics and shenanigans will sure have a good laugh:
Wait, was that Wally Bayola and Jose Manalo? And who are those pretty girls?
We did a little research and found out that the video was taken in 2013 during a political rally featuring candidates from the United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) party. The event was held to launch Joseph Estrada's mayoral bid in Manila.
As for the song Binay was really dancing to in the video, it's "Cha-Cha Dabarkads" which was popularized by Eat Bulaga! (hence the presence of Jose and Wally and the EB Babes and Sexbomb Girls).
Ah, the things politicians do for their careers.