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I Want to See Ric Flair Dancing to “Ric Flair Drip” on a Loop Forever

Metro Boomin and Offset brought a wrestling ring, and real-life wrestler Flair, to last night's episode of 'Fallon.'

by Lauren O'Neill
Apr 18 2018, 1:24pm

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Offset doesn't do things by halves. So when he and Metro Boomin's performed "Ric Flair Drip," taken from Without Warning (their joint EP with 21 Savage), on last night's edition of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, a normal stage set-up simply would not do. The song, by its very title, calls for something grander so of course, they brought an entire fucking wrestling ring. Oh, and Real Life wrestler Ric Flair, just like in the music video. You know, a regular Tuesday night.

The performance is as good as we're used to from Offset, who's had enough practice on the late-night circuit of late to get this down to a fine art. Despite the absence of 21, Ric Flair, who will heretofore be known as The World's Finest Dancer, made it count. Allow me to present Exhibit A:

Unfortunately for everyone else, Ric Flair has now claimed the 'world's greatest hypeman' title and if you don't like it you can fuck off. He's giving it all, and Offset is clearly feeding off his energy. Look at those matching capes. Look at the confidence Flair oozes. Ric Flair is 69 (eyyy) and immediately finger-clicks and two-steps as he walks into that ring as though he were born in 1992 instead. Hear how he straight up just yells for a prolonged period of time at the end of the video. That thing you're feeling? It's envy. Don't stress about it too much.

Watch the whole thing above, and simultaneously feel ashamed that Ric Flair's dance moves are better than yours, and comforted by the fact that some way, somehow, said moves are probably going to solve all the world's woes.

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