Cop crushes it at HS pep rally, but it’s the song he danced to that has everyone talking

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In an age where police are often attacked as an evil actor in America today, one officer in Virginia did an amazing job building a bridge between police and the community with a dance routine at a high school pep rally that had the kids going wild.

Lt. Deauntay Diggs of the Stafford County, Virginia, sheriff’s office held center stage at a pep rally at North Stafford High School as he performed the dance routine from the song “Formation,” from pop singer Beyoncé’s 2016 studio album “Lemonade.”

Deputy Diggs took what many consider to be an anti-cop song and made it his own as he danced in the center of the school’s basketball court.

Diggs is a motivational speaker who visits schools to engage with students over such topics as race relations and restoring trust between communities of color and their local police departments. He is also openly gay.

The officer has done his routine several times as a way to reach out to kids in the community.

When you’re a police officer but a Beyonce Stan too so you have to get in Formation, literally.

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