Bruce Lee trends after cameo in Erykah Badu and Jill Scott's Instagram live battle and fans are in splits
Erykah Badu and Jill Scott had a rap battle and ironically, Bruce Lee began to trend on Twitter because his movie 'Enter The Dragon' was playing in the background
It's a strange world we are living in right now — a world where Erykah Badu and Jill Scott have a live Instagram battle, and Bruce Lee happens to trend. Why is Bruce Lee trending, you ask? It's because there was a classic Lee film, 'Enter The Dragon', in the background, and fans can't seem to stop laughing. That would explain why Lee has been trending on Twitter. Fans say that the rap battle got him to be a hot topic of discussion.
A fan wrote, "Jill & Erykah got Bruce Lee trending." Another wrote, "The fact that Bruce Lee is trending in this battle too is hilarious to me."
Moving over from the Instagram battle, a fan tweeted, "So Bruce Lee is trending on Twitter so here is a quote, 'Knowing is not enough, we must apply. Willing is not enough, we must do.' I figured that this quote and this tweet directly correlate, I knew he was trending so I applied that trend to this tweet."
"Other than the jams my fav part is when Bruce Lee's moves sync with a part of the beat," a fan wrote.
"Erykah badu got bruce lee just casually going in the back ground... love it," another fan tweeted. "The Bruce Lee dedication background is elite. #ErykahBaduvsJillScott #Erykah #Verzuz," a fan wrote.
Another exulted, "Bruce Lee been back their kicking ass for 3 hours..."
And then the most entertaining thing is that fans started discussing the film 'Enter The Dragon'. "Remember in Enter The Dragon #lesson Bruce Lee taught on boat en route to tournament dude wanted to fight #BruceLee said, 'let's go to that island', got him in a tiny dinghy & let him out to sea then let some kids play w/ the rope! violence comes last, and hopefully not at all," a fan tweeted.
"Saw Bruce Lee trending and thought he came back from the dead to kill COVID," a fan tweeted.
"I honored Bruce from his days as Kato I was the 60s and 70s kid who was an enormous fan. Martial arts dominated the action film genre in the 70s, but there was only one King of Kung Fu that was Bruce Lee. He taught all races Kareem was one of his early students," tweeted another fan.