- Maine Mendoza dubs the newest dance craze in her own unique style
- Fans have missed Maine’s videos so they were happy to see her doing her crazy impressions on dubbing
- Yaya Dub was known for her funny videos on social media that landed her a role in Eat Bulaga
The newest dance craze that people have been talking about online is the PPAP song. It stands for Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen, which may sound odd by it’s name but wait until you see the video.
It consists of an old man wearing a wig, clashing prints on his clothes, and some retro shades. His dance moves, the beat, and the actual lyrics will make you laugh out loud.
Knowing Filipinos, when something a trend goes famous on the Internet, they must also follow suit. Maine Mendoza or more commonly known as Yaya Dub has started the PPAP cover in the Philippines.
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Yesterday, Yaya Dub’s own hilarious version of the PPAP song was posted on the Eat Bulaga Facebook Page.
Her video had the text “Mondays be like,” and a caption asking their followers how their Mondays are.
Yaya Dub never fails to entertain with her quirky dance moves partnered with her unique facial expressions. Her whole performance is a total win.
Many people seem to agree with our sentiments because as of posting, it has garnered a whopping 894 thousand views, 43 thousand likes, almost 5 thousand shares, and 2 thousand comments.
Someone even wants to marry her for her humor. Well, don’t we all want to?
People who had a rough start of the week and watched this video got their stresses relieved. Maine’s antics just made them smile, laugh, and forget all about their worries.
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Many Filipinos were annoyed with this new PPAP song because it’s like Rebecca Black’s “Friday” song that really didn’t make any sense but it’s becoming famous online. But now that Yaya Dub has covered it, people have started to change their minds about the song.
Some people have started to like this song because of Maine that they even want to do their own Dubsmash cover!
Hail to the Queen of Dubsmash! She’s finally back. Hope we can see more of her funny video covers in the near future.
Here’s the PPAP song that will be your LSS for quite some time:
Check out Maine’s cover of the song: