Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang has accepted the #BottleCapChallenge, albeit with a spelling error.
The “challenge” calls for participants to place a bottle on a solid surface with the cap loosely twisted on. The participant must then remove the cap by doing a back-spin kick.
Jason Statham, John Mayer, and Ryan Reynolds are among the celebrities who have helped make the trend go viral.
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On Wednesday, Yang posted a video of himself giving the challenge a go.
Clad in a T-shirt and shorts, the Democratic hopeful is seen in a backyard doing a back-spin kick in slow motion. The cap flies off while the bottle appears to remain on the table.
“Haha #bottlecapchallange accepted,” he wrote, misspelling “challenge.”
“And my kicking a bottle cap is now one of our best-performing videos ever. Maybe next time I’ll break a board with my head.”
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By Wednesday evening, the post had garnered more than 5,000 retweets and nearly 40,000 likes.
At least one person was meticulous enough to point out the Democrat’s spelling mistake.
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“We can let the spelling mistake slide since MATH is your strong suit; but this would get much more visibility if you used the #bottlecapchallenge tag,” wrote one user. “I need more people to see your amazing skills!”
Fox News’ Gerren Keith Gaynor contributed to this report.