Uproar Challenge

Uproar Challenge

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The Uproar Challenge, also known as #UproarChallenge, is a hashtag used to catalogue participants of the social challenge in which people dance to the song "Uproar" by Lil Wayne.


"Uproar" was initally released off Lil Wayne's twelfth album Tha Carter V on September 28th, 2018. The same day, Instagram user @cousinskeether posted a video of a man exiting the trunk of a car and dancing to the song. The post received more than 127,000 views and 8,200 likes in five days (shown below).


That day, the video was shared by rapper and producer Swizz Beatz, who captioned the video, "The #uproarchallenge has officially started." The psot received more tahn 147,000 views and 15,000 likes in four days.[1]

The following day, Instagram user @larrysmoove posted another variation in which two men dance on a car in New York City. The post received more than 590,000 views and 41,000 likes in three days.

On September 30th, Lil Wayne posted a version of the Uproar Challenge, featuring two children. The post received more than 2.1 million views and 674,000 likes in four days.

Several media outlets covered the challenge, including Rolling Stone,[2] The Daily Dot, [3] Time[4] and more.

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