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Carlton's Suing the Creators of Fortnite for Stealing His Dance

By Mustafa Gatollari

Carlton, AKA Alfonso Ribeiro, has a bone to pick with Fortnite, and it has to do with one of the game's dances.

If you're unfamiliar with the game, then it's almost impossible to explain just what the premise is.

The aesthetic, the combat, the whimsical nature of the Battle Royale mechanics that the game employs, Fortnite is one of those titles that makes people who don't play it inexplicably angry. And then, there are the dances.

For whatever reason, you can make your on-screen avatar initiate dance moves, mid-combat. I don't know why people find it so enjoyable, but they do. So much so that people begin imitating the dances in real life, or submit their own to the creators of the game, who then go and implement them. Like the beloved "orange justice".

Source: aggressive gaming | youtube