Central Texas law enforcement get into #LipSyncBattle

Austin

AUSTIN (KXAN) — First on Jimmy Fallon, now Texas Law enforcement accept the Lip Sync Battle challenge.

One simple Facebook post from a Bexar County Sheriff’s deputy set off the trend locally. 

Deputy Alexander Mena shared a video of him lip syncing to “Fuiste Mala” by The Kumbia Kings.

After that hit more than one million views, other departments started sharing their videos. Now they are putting out the challenge called #LipSyncBattle.

Here are some of the posts:

Bexar County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Mena with “Fuiste Mala” by The Kumbia Kings:

Mustang Ridge Police Chief Leonard Cantu with Tiffany’s, “I Think We’re Alone Now”:


Bastrop Police Department Officer M. Sanford with Baby Bash and Miguel’s “Slide Over”


Austin Police Officer Marcos Johnson with “Motownphilly” by Boyz II Men


Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody with “One Way Or Another” by One Direction


Travis County Sheriff’s Office with Don’t Stop Believin’ by Journey

Cedar Park police officers jammed out to Bell Biv Devoe’s Poison. 

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