Brigham Young University's dance team lit Instagram and Twitter on fire for their recent choreography to Ayo & Teo's "Rolex."
But for all the admiration that they garnered, the white BYU Cougarettes squad from Provo, Utah, also came under fire for what some deemed as cultural appropriation of African-Americans for using the hip-hop dance to go off without feeling the responsibility to take a knee during the national anthem the way many Black football players are being berated for.
Here's some of the heated reactions they generated.
They'd learn that there was a whole entire side of the praise they received.
People want answers.
Can someone confirm?
Do you agree? If they're going to embrace hip-hop so openly, should they also kneel during the anthem?
(Photo: cosmo_cougar via Instagram)