This Twerking Video Is Being Investigated By Russian Authorities For ‘Depraved Acts’

Sup Travellers?! Twerking isn't as popping as it used to be on the internet back in the days [LAST YEAR] but you can always count on the Russians to light up the internet with a good old fashoned twerkathon.

The video above was released last month and it has already amassed over 24 million hits but it is reportedly now being investigated by the Investigative Committee of Russia for “depraved acts.” 

The Washington Post reports that the clip above was filmed in Orenburg, and it shows “a troupe of girls from the local dance school Credo” twerking with the Russian version of Winnie the Pooh. The women, who might be younger than 18, are dressed like bees… or are they?!?

But was it also a political statement, since they were wearing the orange-and-black striped colors of St. George – which has become a symbol of Russian patriotism and especially, President Vladimir Putin’s United Russia party? 

Anyway, Pavel Astakhov, who owns the intimidating title of the Kremlin’s ombudsman for children’s rights, called the clip “vulgar” and “insulting,” leading the Investigative Committee to look into it for “perverted deeds.”

Worst of all, “twerking class has been canceled.” Oh, bother.

I don't think the bear in the video is Winnie the Pooh. I think it's Pedobear. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.