Ruffling feathers! Fun moment Beethoven the cockatoo dances to Cardi B’s WAP
- A white cockatoo named Beethoven has become a Tik Tok sensation this week
- His owner published a video of him dancing to the American rapper Cardi B’s Wap
- Film showed that the bird jumped on the hs owner’s lap when he listened to the song
A white cockatoo named Beethoven has become a sensation on the internet with its fun features to Cardi B’s WAP.
The bird, named Beethoven, shocked its owners when he broke out in a dramatic dance to the controversial hit.
Video footage shows the bird opening its beak as if in a smile as he withdraws his wings and jumps along to the song.
Beethoven’s owners burst into laughter when they realize that their bird is a fan of the song, with the woman behind the camera exclaiming when Beethoven dances along to the ugly lyrics.
The bird, named Beethoven, shocked its owners when he broke out in a dramatic dance to one of the American rapper Cardi B’s most famous hits
At one point, the bird even released a loud squawk in appreciation for the music.
He was on his owner’s lap as they relaxed in their living room in an unknown location, thinking they were in the United States. She said: ‘Oh my god’ when the bird started dancing and added: ‘He likes it. Ew. ‘
After publishing the short clip for Tik Tok, viewers could not believe what they were watching. Some were quick to express their love for the bird.
One said: ‘My boss will talk to me about important issues today and I’ll just nod while I think of this bird.’
Another wrote: “This is me when the clubs reopen for the first time and I hear this song play.”
A third added: ‘He really had a big smile on his face. Hella vibing! ‘
He was on his owner’s lap as they relaxed in their living room in an unknown location, thinking they were in the United States. She said “oh my god” when the bird started dancing and added: “He likes it. Ew ‘
A fascinated observer added: “I’m sitting here trying to find out if his eye is really right or just one of those plastic eyes.”
Another wrote: “The bird was like ‘hold up, this is my jam’. ‘Another said:’ It really scares me how smart birds are. ‘
The song has been embroiled in controversy since it was first released in August by Cardi B, featuring Megan Thee Stallion.
James P. Bradley – a Republican fighting for the House in California’s 33rd District – tweeted: ‘Cardi B&B & Megan Thee Stallion is what happens when children are raised without God and without a strong father figure.’
However, it spent four weeks in first place in the United States and has since been called the “song of 2020” by major publications such as Rolling Stone.