This Is the Cutest Dance Battle Happening on Instagram Right Now
If you thought Riley Curry was the only adorable athlete’s kid grabbing headlines left and right, you must be living under a rock. Though the three-year-old daughter of Golden State Warrior Stephen Curry has been shining on red carpets and getting more attention than her newborn little sis recently, she’s far from the only young lady that’s making us pay attention. The daughter of NFL lineman Devon Still, Leah, is our newest must-follow and just challenged Riley to an epic Insta battle.
The five-year-old beauty who’s bravely battling stage 4 childhood cancer neuroblastoma + recently received the Jimmy V Perseverance Awards at the ESPYS, shared a video challenge through her dad’s Instagram after she saw what went down at Riley’s birthday party. Devon wrote, “I showed Leah the video of Riley doing the whip and all she kept sayin’ was daddy she can’t do it better then me… so I said if that’s how you feel then challenge her to a dance off… so @stephencurry30 the challenge has been sent.” In the video the daughter of the Cincinnati Bengals player said, “Riley, I saw your video, you think you can Whip better than me?” before showcasing her own moves to the tune of “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)” by Silentó. Riley, we’re waiting on your response, girl ;)
We’ve got notifications turned on to each parent’s Instagram account for any updates in the cutest dance-off battle to ever occur. Fingers crossed they settle this the right way, by putting on a performance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show to the tune of a Nicki Minaj song. <3
What song(s) do you want to see Riley Curry and Leah Still have a dance-off to? Share them with us in the comments.
(Photos via Cindy Ord/Getty)
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