The democratic presidential candidate busted a move alongside Juvenile ahead of the South Carolina primary.
Tom Steyer is hoping to dance his way to the Oval Office.
On Friday night (Feb. 28), a day before the South Carolina primary, the billionaire democratic presidential candidate was seen busting a move alongside rapper Juvenile during a rally at Columbia’s Allen University, a historically black college.
An especially priceless moment came when Steyer and his wife, Kat Taylor, were caught on video dancing alongside Juvenile to the rapper’s 1999 hit “Back That Thang Up.” Check out the clips below.
Steyer’s campaign took advantage of the viral moment by tweeting out a portion of the dance-off video and using the hashtag #BackThatVoteUp.
The Friday night rally also featured gospel singer Yolanda Adams and DJ Jazzy Jeff.
New polls from South Carolina show Steyer in third place behind former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders.
So tonight I saw Tom Steyer hop on stage and dance with Juvenile like a Hot Boy. To say 2020 politics is wild is an understatement. pic.twitter.com/v43OuFi8Ci
— Chaunte’l Powell (@chauntelpowell) February 29, 2020
#BackThatVoteUp Party before we Vote, Tom Steyer took the stage with Juvenile at Allen University.
Vote Saturday Tomorrow February 29th.
— SC for Tom 2020 (@TeamTomSC) February 29, 2020
You’re welcome. pic.twitter.com/2eV97qFgUw
— Jim Newell (@jim_newell) February 29, 2020