If you thought JuJu Smith-Schuster was done with the TikTok dances, think again.
Not even a week since Cincinnati Bengals defensive back Vonn Bell knocked Smith-Schuster back to Covington, Kentucky is the Steelers wideout back on the stuff that got him in trouble. He was supposedly done being a preteen on his most beloved app, but here we are. While he was not dancing on top of the opposition’s mid-field logo, you cannot keep the dancer from dancing.
JuJu is back with a Tik Tok after the Steelers clinched the AFC North.
— ESPN (@espn) December 27, 2020
Have the Steelers really come all that far since Facebook Live?
While we can appreciate Smith-Schuster getting his teammates involved, he told us he was done with the nonsense because head coach Mike Tomlin told him to kick the habit. Let’s be real. Smith-Schuster never wanted to in the first place because he is having too much fun to think about not being himself all the time. He did have nine catches for 96 yards in the Steelers’ Week 16 victory.
With the Steelers’ latest win to improve to 12-3, they clinched the AFC North for the third time in five years and the first time since Smith-Schuster was a rookie out of USC back in 2017. While the AFC playoffs will now run through Arrowhead Stadium, at least we know the Steelers will be hosting one home playoff game this January. Here is to them surviving and advancing this year.
We know Smith-Schuster more for dancing than Dancing With the Stars contestant Hines Ward.