Even celebrities Lizzo and Alex Rodriguez have tried out the dance trend.
"I was happy when I saw my dance all over, but I wanted credit for it...I think I could have gotten money for it, promos for it, I could have gotten famous off it, get noticed. I don't think any of that stuff has happened for me because no one knows I made the dance." —Jalaiah, in an interview with The New York Times
News Channel 3 Memphis reported the credit was finally given when K Camp gave her a shout-out on Twitter.
“Thank you Jalaiah and Skylar for helping make lottery the BIGGEST song in the world,” he said. “Tell the blogs eat it up!”
Thousands in attendance got to watch Jalaiah perform the Renegade in person at Chicago’s United Center at Sunday’s game.
Jalaiah continues to enjoy dancing even after social media fame and attends Atlanta studio Dance 411.
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