yes the dance was done in the vidWell... where is the video? Did they do the dance in the video? Or was the direction of the video something completely different? Did the artist have some type of competition that stated they would put the best one in their video?
I don't know enough about the situation but I don't know if it's fair to call the artist homophobic just because he didn't put the tiktok dancer in his video. Did the artist ever state he was against the lgbtq community? If not, its not fair to just throw that on his name.
It could be possible that he just didn't want him in the video and he has that right as an artist. He's not obligated to do so. Would it be nice of him to put him in the video? Absolutely.
If everytime an artist puts out a song and a tiktoker makes a dance, is the artist obligated to compemsate them/include them in a video? I don't think so. What if they had different plans for it.
No I don't think he had to put him in the video but yes it would've been nice of him to do so.
that would have been a nice look. the video they actually put out was disjointed af.Like he (the singer) doesn’t have a creative team at all.
I saw the man doing the clip only once for 30 seconds and I got a full video treatment based on P-Valley with the original dancer playing Uncle Clifford get his girls ready. Something real short and cute and could possibly getting even more press because people love P-Valley.