Steve Harvey left fans shook on Nov. 17 after the “Family Feud” host uploaded a video celebrating Founders Day for Omega Psi Phi fraternity.
Omega Psi Phi is an African-American fraternity founded in 1911 by three Howard University undergraduates named Edgar Amos Love, Oscar James Cooper, and Frank Coleman, and faculty adviser Dr. Ernest Everett Just. According to the site, the fraternity, which has over 700 chapters globally, is the first international organization founded at a historically Black college.
In the social media post, Harvey, dressed in a purple suit, shared a clip of himself and his fraternity brothers doing the signature dance, which includes stomping and hand motions to George Clinton’s “Atomic Dog.” The comedian pledged the Psi Gamma Chapter of Omega Psi Phi fraternity while attending Kent State in the 1970s.
In addition to the recording, Harvey also wished his followers a part of the fraternity’s “Happy Founders Day!” He wrote, “To all my friends, You know! Happy Founders Day! This is just a QUE thang #psigamma #omegapsiphi #kentstate.” As fans viewed the 64-year-old‘s post, many jokingly expressed how the men would feel the following day after the dance.
“Every knees was hurting the next day. Whew Glory but yawl look good bruh.”
“Don’t yall hurt your knees and backs now.”
“Everybody gone be sore tomorrow but they did that.”
“By the looks of this video, you all may wanna take some motrin, stay hydrated and use some ice packs on your knees tonight…”
“They will be soaking in some epsom salt.”
Among the banter, other people brought up Harvey’s moves. One wrote, “Damn, Steve Harvey still got moves.”
Another said, “Ahhhhhh, get it shut the party down thennnnnn.” An Instagram user commented on how it’s never “a dull” experience when Harvey is involved in something. They stated, “It’s never a dull moment when Mr. Harvey is in the house.”
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