I saw this video for the first time yesterday, my original thought was okay hardo trying to get his moment of glory on the Jumbotron. Then, I continued to watch only to realize what a true legend this man is, not only did he put together one of the best freestyle dance routines known to man, he displayed an umatchable level of charisma, and he also united a fan base. When he hugs the nearby black man during the " we gotta hold on to what we got" line, he essientially ended racism. You know this was a special moment because everyone was embracing it, not one person looked creeped out, or even remotely bothered by this dude being a raving lunatic. This is what sports are all about people, of course the games themselves are pretty entertaining, but there's nothing quiet like the atmosphere in the crowd at any sports stadium. You truly never know what you're going to see, sometimes you show up to a Celtics game for a basketball game, and you get to watch a man unite a divided country through the power of song and dance. The fact he's dressed like the kid in 8th grade that everyone worries about shooting up the school is just the cherry on top, that's why we don't judge a book by it's cover, who would've ever guessed this kid is the next Chris Brown. I loved every second of this video, more people need to be like that kid, let loose, fuck what other people think, and have a moment of true bonding with your section at the next sporting event you attend.