Fox News' Bret Baier is a man of many talents, but I bet you didn't know that rapping was one of them. At Saturday night's Rascal Flatts' concert in Bristow, Virginia, the country band invited The Sugarhill Gang superfan and father of two on stage to perform a cover the group's most iconic song -- Rapper's Delight.
"Ok that was crazy! I was called up on stage at the rascalflatts concert to sing official_sugarhillgang ‘s Rapper’s Delight," Baier tweeted. The Fox News anchor added that he had done this before, but never at an actual concert.
Fans, like Townhall's own Guy Benson, demanded video proof.
Video or it didn’t happen— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) August 25, 2019
Fans quickly provided awesome clips of Baier showing off his skills.
Found it— Sandy (@RightGlockMom) August 25, 2019
(source: jules rules yall on twitter) pic.twitter.com/HnL900OiBQ
This actually isn't the first time Baier has performed the classic song before. In 2018, the Fox News anchor had members of the rap group at his Christmas Party. He jumped on stage replete in a dashing red dress suit replete with green Christmas trees for the holiday and sang along.
"My boss is cooler than your boss. Ladies and gentlemen, @BretBaier and The Sugarhill Gang! " a Fox News staffer tweeted.
Still, there's quite a difference between performing at a local Irish Pub and going on stage in front of thousands spur of the moment. Bravo, Bret.