For some women, doing a Twerk dance makes them feel good about themselves. Some women just do it because they think it's apart of their culture.
Twerking is a type of dance originating as part of the bounce music scene of New Orleans in the late 1980s. Individually-performed, chiefly but not exclusively by women, dancers move throwing or thrusting their hips back or shaking their buttocks, often in a low squatting stance.
Twerking strengthens muscles in just about every part of your body! Not only do you sculpt, tone and grow your badonkadonk, your thighs become super strong, your hip flexibility increases and more than anything, boosts your confidence.
The twerking craze quickly swept the social media world, and it's showing very little signs of slowing down.
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After firing back at Tomi Lahren, the “Money” rapper aimed her social media ire at Daily Caller video columnist Stephanie Hamill on Tuesday. The conservative reporter singled out Cardi — who has been making headlines for her anti-Trump views recently — claiming her sexualized music videos, like the one for “Twerk,” don’t empower women.
Cardi B has made it clear she’s fed up with the government shutdown, using her platform to criticize President Trump and his administration. And she’s not going to shut up anytime soon.
So I guess the big question is Twerking and is it healthy. I guess you can say in so many ways it is all in how you carry yourself.