Texas Police Start Lip Sync Battle With Fellow Officers, Go Viral
A group of Texas police officers have recently gone viral after they started an online lip sync battle. Your move, El Paso police! Some law enforcement officers in Texas are making people smile with their viral challenge to fellow officers that shows their humorous side.
Deputy Alexander Mena of the Bexar County Sheriff Department started the trend when he recorded a video of himself lip-syncing the Kumbia Kings’ song “Fuiste Mala” in his cruiser. This deputy looks like he's not only been practicing his lip-syncing skills, but he may have a secret desire to be a Magic Mike dancer. There's some serious bumping and grinding that's going on in this cruiser and we're all just lucky that the video is filmed from the chest up. Also that we weren't filmed while watching this video.
After his video went viral with over 1 million views on Facebook, San Antonio police officer J. Quiroz put up his own lip-sync battle of him doing *NSYNC’s hit “Bye Bye Bye.” That video has over 465,000 views and we appreciate not only Officer Quiroz's good looks but his impeccable song choice. We'd like to see more dance moves from him next time but we also hope he'll make us another video showing us all the improvements he's made.
After that video was released on Friday, Saturday fellow officers Jimmie Zamora and Jordan Armstrong decided to make their own video in response to the Texas law enforcement lip-sync battle taking over the internet. The duo decided to do their own video, which couldn't even be called simple, since their rendition of Backstreet Boys “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)" also included a surprise ending with a cultural favorite we all love.
After that Selena ending, it's clear to see who who the winner of this battle was. Selena will always be #1 in our hearts! We would also like to see which El Paso officer would like to step up to the plate and do their own video to submit into the running for the Texas law lip-sync battle. Do you know an officer who would crush this competition? Or even think there's a Live PD officer out there who may have the right stuff? We'd like to see it!