3. It isn't named after a man named Dabo

A rumor about where the term “dab” came from quickly circulated for a second in mid-November. A South Carolina FOX affiliate wrote, “After [Cam] Newton scored a two-yard rushing touchdown, he let loose a few dance moves in the end zone, including ‘The Dab,’ named after Clemson head coach #DaboSwinney.” Clemson is a university in South Carolina. Readers corrected the false fact. Good try FOX, but dances aren’t named after the first white man who does it. According to Quavo, “It wasn’t even called dab. We didn’t even know it was called dab. Y’all just called it the dab.” And the mystery continues.

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