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The New Orleans Saints’ Lance Moore is always one of my favorites because of his touchdown celebrations. On Saturday night, Moore didn’t disappoint. After scoring on the Philadelphia Eagles, Lance broke out his “Nae Nae.” Sassy. Truthfully, I had no idea what “Nae naeing” was prior to Saturday night’s wildcard match up. So here’s the video where the dance originated. Next up, we’ll get to see what Moore and the Saints have next weekend when they face off against the Seattle Seahawks. spotted at BSO
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