-No, but you recently posted a picture of rapper Sho Madjozi.
-I did. -Yes, because she created
a song called “John Cena.” -That’s correct. -Yes. How did you hear
about this song? -Through social media. Like, social media’s
not all bad. Sometimes, it actually does
what it’s supposed to do. It connects us all in ways
with information. -Sometimes. -So, I woke up one day,
flooded with messages of, like, “Man, you need to check out
this link. You need to check this out
right now. This girl’s singing about you.” And I was like, “Oh, wow.
That’s great.” And they’re like, “No, it’s not! This girl’s making fun of you.
Like, she’s using you in song. You got to stop this.” So, like,
two schools of thought. Yes, she’s mentioning my name and referencing what I do
for a profession, and I could easily be like,
“Yo, that’s I.P., copyright infringement or
whatever,” or I could say, like, “Wow.
She’s a South African artist, and my contributions to the WWE have sparked creative
inspiration to someone halfway across the world.” She can do whatever she wants.
She can say whatever she wants. I thought it was really cool to
be able to be part of something that, actually,
she made popular and trendy. And, you know, I don’t
take myself too seriously, and it was special
to see this artist, a female artist
come out of South Africa — She’s from
a pretty remedial area — and this one song
kind of blast her out, and everybody embraced it, and
WWE actually kind of wanted me to give a quote
or a statement about it, but I didn’t want to take away
her efforts, and I didn’t want to make it
about me. So, I posted a picture of her
on a cover of a magazine, pretty much showcasing
how powerful of a woman she was, basically saying, like,
“I know you. I see you. I’m not gonna interrupt
your flow here. You have got a great song,
and just know that I’m watching, and I’m grateful.”
-I love that so much. [ Cheers and applause ] So, this song, “John Cena,”
has become some viral, and there’s actually a dance
challenge associated with it where people just bust
their best dance moves. Have you done this yet? -Sweet irony! It’s called
“The John Cena Challenge”! I can’t even dance! -Well, here’s the thing. I thought
what if I help you dance. Would you guys dance?
[ Cheers and applause ] -I can’t say I don’t take myself
too seriously and then not dance. Of course I will dance. -We’re gonna do this dance
challenge right now. -You know, I dabble in dance
here and there, so how about I lead the way,
and you just follow along. -Okay.
-Cool? All right. -Prepare yourself for the worst. -All right. Deejay Daniel,
run this track. Let’s do it. -Run this track.
-Okay. ♪♪ [ Cheers and applause ] All right, ready for this? ♪♪ [ Laughter ] When we come back,
more with John Cena plus a special appearance
from world-famous Bindi Irwin! Don’t go anywhere! [ Cheers and applause ]