These are GOLD!
It’s become sort of a thing in Texas and now across the U.S.: Police officers in cars, lip-syncing to pop songs, posting the videos to social media and issuing a challenge to the next officer.
And, it all started with Alexander Mena, a deputy in the Bexar County, Texas, Sheriff’s Office. His department posted a video of Mena singing “Fuiste Mala” by the Kumbia Kings on June 19. As of today, the video has 1.4 million views. Now officers from all around are getting in on the fun, check out some videos below!
The real truth about what goes on between calls. Can’t let @SATXPolice and @Austin_Police have all the #LipSyncBattle fun. Whatcha got @UNTPolice @DentonCoSheriff? pic.twitter.com/eIrGGTIKmE
— DENTON POLICE DEPT (@DENTONPD) June 29, 2018
#lipsyncbattle Here we go @SheriffChody @BexarCoSheriff @SATXPolice I now challenge @PfChiefRobledo @PhippsChief @JPDChiefTaylor @KVUE @JenniL_KVUE pic.twitter.com/j2Mi5kSTTV
— Leonard Cantu (@ChiefCantu111) June 27, 2018
#LipSyncBattle continues….this time with one of our own. K9 Quelle let the big dogs out on this one!! The best K9 lip sync yet!!!🐾💙 Good job HOUSTON!! #K9s4COPS #K9s4KIDS #LEOLipSyncBattle pic.twitter.com/r1OVxQ99aR
— K9s4COPs (@K9s4COPs) June 29, 2018
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