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Take it to church! Video of Reverend Al Sharpton dancing surrounded by women at Sunday's Harlem Day gets hilarious response from an impressed 50 Cent

Rapper 50 Cent is helping a video of Rev Al Sharpton dancing go viral, after the civil rights and social justice activist was recorded among an adoring crowd in New York City this weekend.
The 64-year-old showed off his fancy footwork as he attended Harlem Day Sunday, busting a move to the sounds of Stevie Wonder's Signed, Sealed, Delivered and smiling as while surrounded by a group of women.
While rapper 50 – whose real name is Curtis Jackson – was sharing clips of himself getting high with Snoop Dogg and turning away Wendy Williams from his own Tycoon Pool Party in New Jersey, the 44-year-old might have regretted not putting Sharpton on his guest list.
'Rev Al was f**king it up, TYCOON s**t,' he captioned the clip about the baptist minister who is 20 years his senior, alongside a crying with laughter emoticon. 



In the video, Sharpton doesn't let his pinstriped suit restrict his bold two-step and wide-ranging arm gestures as he dances by the NAACP stand.
As the emcee hypes him up by yelling, 'You better work Reverend Al' and 'Someone make Rev Al sweat out his suit', the baptist church minister can't help but smile.
It seemingly makes him take his creativity one step further and Sharpton is then seen clicking his fingers as he makes his way closer to the group of roller-skaters around him. 
Sharpton's shoulder shrugging and shimmying ways is something that clearly impressed 50 Cent and the 1 million viewers who had seen the clip by Tuesday morning.
Adding hashtags for his own weekend event sponsored by Branson Cognac, and personal brand of champagne, Le Chemin Du Roi, 50 Cent showed his approval of the man who likes a good suit equally as much as him: 'We litty on this side. LOL.'
Rappers Tony Yayo and Juicy J also commented on the clip. The latter said: 'Look like his head is about to fall off his body.' 
Sharpton's introduction to the glimpse inside his fun time at event – which makes up part of the activities that run from July 28 to August 24 – was more modest in its approach.
'Dancing w/ the folks at Harlem Week,' Sharpton - who was married to Kathy Jordan for 24 years until 2004 - captioned the video.
Sharpton has been linked to stylist Aisha McShaw, who is 23 years his junior, since 2013. 
He had attended the event - where singers Janelle Monáe and Nona Hendrix were honored - with his National Action Network Tech Bus.
It came the day before Sharpton said he and the family were 'relieved but not celebratory' that officer Daniel Pantaleo had been fired with immediate effect over the death of 43-year-old Eric Garner during his choke-hold arrest in July 2014.
Sharpton added they would continue to fight for criminal charges in the case of Garner whose last words - 'I can't breathe' - repeated 11 times to Pantaleo - became a rallying cry for demonstrators.

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