‘Straight Outta You Don’t Have To Call’: Usher Takes Fans Back Down Memory Lane with His ‘Don’t Waste My Time’ TikTok

Ever since jumping on the hit the flip bandwagon with his two sons, Usher V and Nayvid, and niece Star, singer Usher Raymond has been riding the TikTok wave.

This time the singer is back with his song “Don’t Waste My Time” featuring singer Ella Mai.

Usher has fans reminiscing on his “You Don’t Have to Call” video with his latest TikTok. (Photo: @usher/Instagram)

Decked out in a pajama set, pink socks and slippers Usher took fans back in time with moves and video sequences that reminded them of his 2001 hit “You Don’t Have to Call.”

“Loving the ‘You Don’t Have To Call’ mirror shoulder shake🔥”

“The robe and shake was straight outta 😂U Don’t Have To Call🔥🔥🔥”

“I just knew he was saying SITUATIONNNNNNNNS…😂😂”

Once fans were done taking a stroll back down memory lane they wasted no time fawning over Usher’s boyish charm, good looks and overall presence on their screens.

“This man is so fine”

“The cuteness he gives off just never ends”

“look at my bae showing out😩😩,” commented one person.

“SAUCE KING🔥🔥🔥” and “Smooth wit it tho😍💯,” wrote others.

Montgomery, Ala. – April 27: Usher and The Roots perform during the Concert for Peace and Justice celebrating the opening of The Legacy Museum at Riverwalk Amphitheater on April 27, 2018, in Montgomery, Alabama. (Photo by Taylor Hill/Getty Images)

But the unexpected star of his TikTok was the dog in the background watching the whole video go down without so much as blinking.

“The dog has seen 8701 takes already and is over it”

“That dog is a whole mood😂😂😂,” chimed in another person.

“Dog back there unimpressed😂😂,” joked another.

Maybe man’s best friend was completely uninterested in what Usher had going on, but his fans and followers were here for every second of the quick video that ended with his dimpled smile.

From dropping his latest single, “Sex Beat,” featuring ATL rapper Ludacris and Lil Jon, to joining Jermaine Dupri for the Da Sauce dance, fans wanting more from the singer have plenty to work with.

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