John Cena’s ‘You Can’t See Me’ Gesture Inspired By Tony Yayo

John Cena’s ‘You Can’t See Me’ Gesture Inspired By Tony Yayo

John Cena lately made an look on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to advertise his new HBO Max sequence Peacemaker, wearing his wardrobe from the present. During the dialog, Fallon requested Cena for the backstory behind his notorious “You Can’t See Me” gesture, which grew to become in style throughout his peak days as a wrestler within the WWE. Cena defined that the gesture began as a dare between him and his little brother Sean.

“The motive I did that is trigger whereas we have been making the album to which my theme music is on, my youthful brother, Sean, was all the time our litmus check,” Cena mentioned. “He kinda preferred the identical music and he would by no means go to the studio with us and we’d come house with our tracks and play it for him and he was ruthless man. He would by no means be happy with any music.

“He heard ‘My Time Is Now’ and simply did this dance that Tony Yayo did in one of many G-Unit movies,” Cena continued. “It was like, he put his hand over his head and simply sort of bobbed his head… and I used to be like, ‘Man, what are you doing? That appeared simply ridiculous.’ He mentioned, ‘No, no, it’s Tony Yayo, he’s doing this factor.’”

Cena then instructed that he would mimic the transfer the subsequent time he was on tv, which prompted a dare from his little brother. Cena went by with the dare and the remaining is historical past. “Years later, it simply overcame the meme tradition and now, actually, I’m invisible,” Cena added. “People are like, ‘Why is Jimmy Fallon speaking to an empty chair?’ So many individuals are going to say that. So I’m invisible now. On a dare, accidentally.”

Tony Yayo caught wind of Cena’s feedback and confirmed him some love on Twitter. “Shout out to John Cena,” he wrote in a tweet.

You can watch the interview between Fallon and Cena above.

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