It appeared the whole world had a take on Louisiana State College ahead Angel Reese taunting the College of Iowa Hawkeyes’ star level guard Caitlin Clark on the finish of the 2023 NCAA match’s championship sport. Within the closing minutes of the sport, which LSU gained 102-85, Reese gestured “You possibly can’t see me” at Clark, who had completed the identical to an opponent earlier within the match.
Whereas critics known as Reese’s taunt “classless,” she additionally had her defenders, and dialogue in regards to the appropriateness of trash talk in ladies’s sports activities took over tv for many of the week after. However one particular person’s identify was lacking from all of the kerfuffle: The “you may’t see me” gesture’s originator, Tony Yayo.
Though the dance has been broadly attributed to wrestler/film star John Cena, Cena himself has admitted his use of the transfer was impressed by the G-Unit rapper, who waves his proper hand in entrance of his face within the “So Seductive” video. Yayo lastly broke his silence over the weekend throughout an interview with TMZ. “I’m cool with it, you already know?” he mentioned of the dance’s recognition. “It’s only a dance. I don’t take nothin’ private. It was a dance I created as a result of I used to be attempting to cover from the police.”
He shouted out Cena, Clark, and Reese for protecting the dance within the public eye earlier than noting, “Angel Reese? You realize, she took the ‘U Can’t C Me’ dance to an entire ‘nother stage.”
You possibly can watch Tony Yayo’s full interview with TMZ above.