Pregnant Woman Nae Naes Between Contractions

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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