Pregnant Woman Nae Naes Between Contractions

Pregnant woman, Whip/Nae Nae

Pregnant Woman Nae Naes Between Contractions

This is how labor is done.

Published October 5, 2015

Since time immemorial, women have been "twerking" their way to creation.

Pre- and post-conception dance moves are not only helpful in attracting (and keeping) a mate, but also in giving birth. And now, thanks to mobile phones and open-minded nurses, we have wireless speakers to go with the song in our head, namely Silento's "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)."


"I went looking for my patient to see how she was doing with her squatting. This is what I found in between contractions," wrote one YouTube user for Ob/Gyn & Midwife Associates. "Get that baby down mommy!"

What was found was full-on, mid-labor choreography to one of the most viral tunes of 2015. Watch the mommy Whip and Nae Nae in the video below. 

BET Health News - We go beyond the music and entertainment world to bring you important medical information and health-related tips of special relevance to Blacks in the U.S. and around the world. 

Rewind! Watch the Black-ish cast Whip/Nae Nae at the BET Awards, in the video below that.

(Photo: Ob/Gyn & Midwife Associates via YouTube)

Written by Chay Liberté


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