Video of Andrew Yang dancing to the 'Cupid Shuffle' in South Carolina goes viral

Footage of Democratic presidential candidate Andrew YangAndrew YangCalifornia poll: Biden, Sanders lead Democratic field; Harris takes fifth The Hill's Morning Report - What is Trump's next move on Iran? Hillicon Valley: FCC approves Nexstar-Tribune merger | Top Democrat seeks answers on security of biometric data | 2020 Democrats take on Chinese IP theft | How Google, Facebook probes are testing century-old antitrust laws MORE joining in on a "Jazzercise" class in South Carolina went viral this week, with his dance moves even earning a shoutout from Chance the Rapper.

Politico's Michael Kruse tweeted video of Yang dancing to "The Cupid Shuffle" by Cupid — a song many might recognize from weddings or middle school dances — with a group of women in South Carolina late Thursday.

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Yang's campaign manager also shared a video of the dance moves on Twitter, saying, "No one is having more fun on the trail than Andrew Yang."

"I can’t be pandered to. But the confidence of that headbob :11 seconds in mighta made me #YangGang," Chance the Rapper weighed in, retweeting the video. 

Yang had held a campaign event in Beaufort, S.C., earlier in the day before joining in on the class.

The display came after his recent visit to Iowa, where he questioned President TrumpDonald John TrumpBusiness, ballots and battling opioids: Why the Universal Postal Union benefits the US Sanders supporters cry foul over Working Families endorsement of Warren California poll: Biden, Sanders lead Democratic field; Harris takes fifth MORE's personal fitness.

“No one wants a president who doesn't seem like they can run a mile,” he said in an interview after talking about eating a turkey leg at the Iowa State Fair. “I don't think Donald Trump could run a mile ... what does he weigh? Like 280? I say he, like, passes out at like the quarter-mile mark."

Yang had said that he couldn't "be eating crap on the trail too often” because he needs “to stay in presidential form." 

The tech entrepreneur recently qualified for the third and fourth Democratic presidential debates this fall.