Dab On Them Haters

Dab On Them Haters

Updated Jul 02, 2018 at 07:05AM EDT by Y F.

Added Aug 11, 2017 at 12:19PM EDT by Don.

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"Dab On Them Haters" is an expression advising people to perform a Dab dance move to silence enemies and critics. The phrase was popularized online after being adopted by YouTube celebrity Jake Paul.


In November 2015, American football player Cam Newton spoke at a press conference, where he claimed fans had encouraged him to "Dab on them folks" during football games (shown below).


In early 2017, YouTuber Jake Paul began using the phrase "Dab on them haters" when addressing fans in his videos, urging them to ignore criticism in life pursuits (shown below).

On July 27th, Urban Dictionary[3] user kipper481 submitted an entry for "dab on them haters," which cited Jake Paul's vlog introductions in the description. On August 8th, YouTuber Jacksfilms posted a video in which he reads various Twitter responses to the question "What if haters Dab back?" (shown below). Within 72 hours, the video gained over 1.6 million views and 52,300 comments.

On August 10th, YouTuber Hot Dad posted a music video titled "I'm Just Gonna Dab on the Haters," featuring YouTubers FrankJavCee and Salvia Erik (shown below).

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[1] Reddit – /r/h3h3productions

[2] Reddit – Dab on them haters

[3] Urban Dictionary – dab on them haters

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