WATCH: JuJu Smith-Schuster Continues Dancing on Opposing Team’s Logo

by Atlanta Northcutt
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Pittsburgh Steelers’ Wide Receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster continues his ritual of dancing on the opposing team’s logo on the field, but people are quickly losing interest.

What first caused shock and anger is beginning to become old news.

There He Goes Again…

JuJu Smith-Schuster has gone viral this year by performing Tik-Tok dances on opponents’ logos and posting those videos to the social media site.

What Other Players Have to Say About JuJu Smith-Schuster

Veteran NFL players are shaking their heads at the young gun’s fight to reach celebrity acclaim through his dancing, acknowledging the fact he is getting both players and fans worked up over the “disrespectful” nature of his actions.

One of these is Vonn Bell of the Cincinnati Bengals, who the Steelers face tonight.

“He’s still young minded. He loves the game. He loves going out there [and] playing,” Bell said, via James Rapien of Sports Illustrated. “It’s kind of disrespectful at the end of the day. But they’re on top right now so you can’t really say nothing right now. We just gotta go out there, between the lines, go out there and hit him and let him know where he stands.”

The Bills weren’t too thrilled to see JuJu Smith-Schuster dancing on their logo at center field during warm-ups, either.

This could have been the driving force behind the Bills’ win against the Steelers last week.

In fact, Josh Allen gathered his team in the tunnel before kickoff to make an announcement: “Let them do all the talking and the f—ing dancing, we f—ing work.”

Will JuJu’s Dance Work Against the Bengals?

The Bengals are going head-to-head against the Steelers during Week 15.

Will the pre-game ritual result in a win tonight? It didn’t seem to help much last week.

The Steelers faced the Buffalo Bills during Week 14 losing 26-15 to the Bills.

Despite facing backlash, JuJu Smith-Schuster says he’s not going to stop being himself. Inevitably meaning he’s not going to stop dancing, which was confirmed while going up against the Bengals.

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