B-E Aggressive

This All-Male Dance Squad Is The Fierciest Sideline Support You’ll Ever Need

Meet the Prancing Elites. Hailing from Alabama, the group is an all-male squad that combines sideline support with the art of dance. They put so much fierceness into cheerleading, that they even caught the attention of former NBA player,¬†Shaquille O’Neal, who recently tweeted that “THESE DUDES B JAMMIN.” Since then, they’ve won over the Internet with their Beyonce-inspired moves and (tight) outfits. If the video above doesn’t convince you, watch their performance at the “AL Senior Bowl” below:

If you’re a fan, be sure to follow them on Facebook and Twitter and pray they show up in the stands of your next sporting event.

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21 Comments

  • MikeE

    “all male”? really?

  • niles

    very sad.

  • [email protected]

    HEHEHEHE

  • Spike

    Now I understand why so many gay black guys are on the d/l.

  • MikeE

    don’t get me wrong, I actually LIKE guys that are a little “delicate around the edges”, not so much into the big cigar-chomping macho dudes.

    but some of the guys in these videos could easily pass for women. is it really necessary to go that far?

  • yaoming

    They’ve definitely got some moves.

  • Ogre Magi

    Shaq is right! Y’all do be jammin!

  • n900mixalot

    Wouldn’t be a proper post about productive black gay youth without the usual furor of negative comments. Gay pride and acceptance, yay.

    I really don’t understand gay men. You want to be treated fairly but are ALWAYS first to bring others down.

  • davegun2

    I for one only have one thing to say. Why do they do this? Because they can bitches, because they can. Love it.

  • Franklin

    This is called J-setting. Competitions between different J-sette dancing teams happen at black pride events all across America. There are much better clips of teams out there on youtube. For all the people with negative comments up above, don’t worry you head about this. It’s not really something for you to understand. Go what someone dance in their underwear on a float at WEHO pride instead.

  • Kieran

    Is this what they mean by “playing for the other team”?

  • Dr. Dick

    ^oh the SHADE of it all!!!

  • Hansolo

    @Spike: LOL…I guess white guys call it married?

  • B Damion

    I loved the volup-guy in the second clip. He was giving me his life I saw myself in him. It’s all in good fun.

    People will throw shade because it’s the easy thing to do and gay men have perfected the shade throwing game so I only expect hating all over this forum. But! I loved it.

  • RLS

    Yes, in gay world black gays are either HIV spreading demons or so emasculated as to be practically female.

    Is there nothing black gays are doing outside of these extremes?

  • B Damion

    @RLS…..lol!

    Day dreamin..Day dreamin!honey I’m a big girl now said i’m gonna do somethin.

  • Bee Gaga

    @n900mixalot: THANK YOU!

  • Bee Gaga

    @MikeE: What are you talking about “to go that far”

  • Cee

    Random fan gets up and starts dancing behind them @ 2:15 mark

  • demetreus

    AT LEAST THEY HAVE THE COURAGE TO GET UP AND BE WHO THEY ARE!!!

  • Kangol

    I love their bravery and talent! You betta work, CHIRREN!

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