Rapper Offset Was Once A Young Backup Dancer For Whitney Houston And TLC
The Twitter detectives strike again.
Time and time again, the internet has proven anything someone has done in the past often reappears in the present day. In rapper Offset's case, this argument is nothing short of accurate.
These days, the Atlanta musician is known for his contribution to the trap music scene as one-third of rap trio Migos. Back in the day, however, it seems as if the "Narcos" rapper once tried his hand at dancing.
One Twitter sleuth came across a video of him dancing in the late Whitney Houston's music video for her 2002 single "Watchulookinat." This is not something you keep to yourself, and @chuuzus made sure to share the news with the world wide web.
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I was today years old when i found out young Offset was a backup dancer in a Whitney Houston music video pic.twitter.com/cPVKEG3d1g— c (@chuuzus) November 29, 2018
According to The New York Times, Offset's mother is credited for letting it slip that he starred alongside the "How Will I Know" crooner.
To keep him out of trouble in his youth, Mama Migos had him dancing for not only Houston but also fellow Atlanta natives TLC. She quickly stopped herself from revealing more in The New York Times piece, citing that "he had an image to protect."
It seems like Cardi B's husband could teach their newborn daughter Kulture a few moves or two.
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