Tammy Rivera participated in the “Savage” TikTok dance challenge and social media users were laughing hysterically because she seemingly did not have any rhythm. The former “Love and Hip Hop:Atlanta” cast member appeared to be making fun of herself while she was showing off her dance routine due to the fact she knowingly messed up the original “Savage” TikTok dance choreography.
Rivera wore a big white T-shirt and pinned her black hair back into two tiny buns. She seemed prepared to give a breathtaking performance and opened up her routine by saying “5,6,7,8.” The T Plus swimwear founder completed her show by singing the lyrics to Megan Thee Stallion‘s new single “Savage” and dancing to the sound of her own voice.
The artist’s seemingly cringe-worthy video even shocked her husband. Her husband, rapper, Waka Flocka Flame, appeared to be confused by her attempt at the TikTok challenge. “Man, you need to sit cho married ass down,” he told her.
The “All These Kisses” R&B singer teased her husband for making fun of her and promised fans she would learn how to do the dance. Her post stirred up quite the conversation on social media though, and fans slammed the reality star for her unsuccessful social media show.
“I can literally smell Mona’s disappointment at the lack of rhythm 😔😔😔 Stay strong Mona!,” one user wrote.
“You was really hitting it, you need to loosen up 😂🤍,” a second fan said.
A third user commented, “Oh now we dancing ?#studiochronicles 🤣.”
“This took me out‼️🤣🤣,” a fourth fan said.
A fifth jokingly said, “The 5,6,7 took me tf out🤣😭😭😭🤣.”
“Tammy you whack sorry boo, you have no rythym baby cakes… 🤣😂🤷🏾♀️,” a sixth wrote.
Rivera appeared to be offended by some of the social media comments pertaining to her dance. She fired back at the Internet trolls by virtually flicking them off and playfully telling her fans that they had her “f—-d up.”
The Savage TikTok challenge derived from one of Megan Thee Stallion’s biggest fans, Keara Wilson. Wilson created an original dance to the Houston rapper’s single and asked people who did the dance to tag her in their post. The Texas native shared Wilson’s dance to her Instagram page and the challenge went viral a few days later.
The purpose of the viral internet dance is for people to copy Wilson’s dance choreography as Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage” rap lyrics play in the background.