Snoop Dogg may be known for his crip walk but on Friday (April 22), the West Coast rhymer was doing "The Carlton" with the man who invented it, Alfonso Ribeiro.
The Doggystyle creator shared the unexpected video on Instagram. In it, Ribeiro teaches him the official sway and groove at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York. "Got the top side working," says the Fresh Prince actor at one point as someone sang Tom Jones' "It's Not Unusual" in the background -- the official song that goes along with the dance.
"You can teach a new dog a new trick if you're willing to listen," said Snoop towards the end of the clip. To that, Ribeiro had to approve. "Holla," said Ribeiro as he walked off camera.
The famous dance was made popular by Ribeiro during his days on the '90s show, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air. From there, it was forever immortalized in pop culture. Ribeiro later revived it on the hit ABC competitive dance show, Dancing with the Stars, alongside his dance partner, Witney Carson, in 2014. It would later contribute to Ribeiro winning on the show. He also performed it earlier today on the TODAY show with the show's hosts, Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager.
It's unclear what the two were doing at the Met Opera. Ribeiro, who's the host of America's Funniest Home Videos, did post up a hint for his fans though. "Hanging with @snoopdogg playing on a game show," read his tweet. However that's all we'll know so far since afterwards he added that there's an "announcement to come."
Ribeiro also posted a photo of himself with Snoop. While Ribeiro donned a black leather jacket, Snoop went for a olive cardigan and a few gold chains. Dope.
Catch the Instagram video where Snoop hits "The Carlton" above.