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Bill Gates Goes Viral After Tweeting Dance Move The Microsoft founder performed 'The Dab' with students.

By Christine Wang

This story originally appeared on CNBC

REUTERS | Gus Ruelas

Bill Gates is going viral after he tweeted a photo of himself performing a popular dance move.

The move, known as "The Dab," involves dropping one's head toward a bent raised arm while the other is straight and raised.

The instance pictured above is not the Microsoft co-founder's first attempt. Gates previously made the rounds on Reddit for a less successful attempt last month.

The Carolina Panthers replied to Gates with a gif of quarterback Cam Newton dabbing in approval.

Newton is also credited for spreading the move for dabbing after scoring a touchdown against the Seattle Seahawks in October.

Christine Wang

Writer at CNBC

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