World’s Coolest Baby Crowd Surfs At Flo Rida Concert In Viral Video

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Most people can point to a specific moment where they “peaked” at life, and while most of us will remember that occasion pretty vividly, the same probably can’t be said for a baby that’s going to have a hard time topping what it experienced at a Flo Rida concert.

I assume most people reading this understand the meaning of the term “peaking at life,” but if you don’t fall in that particular category, it’s used to reference the sort of experience you’ll probably never be able to top when everything is said and done.

In many cases, those tales involve an interaction with a notable celebrity, and while Flo Rida may not exactly be the most famous rapper alive, you can certainly do worse than a story that involves you crossing paths with the man who took the music world by storm with “Low” in 2007 before following it up with hits including “Right Round” and “Club Can’t Handle Me.”

Flo Rida has firmly entered the “Take Basically Any Gig Offered To Him” era of his career, and he was recently listed as one of the headliners at the Celebrate Erie music festival in Pennsylvania, where he performed a set on August 19th.

Now, I’m not totally sure why anyone would think it’s a good idea to bring a baby to a Flo Rida concert, but one attendee opted to do exactly that and subsequently treated the world to a viral video of their baby crowd surfing before ending up in the rapper’s hands much to the delight of the screaming crowd.

I’m sure there are plenty of people out there who will take issue with the parent who opted to take their baby to a Flo Rida concert on a Saturday night without adequate ear protection in tow, but at least they (and the kid) got a story they’ll be able to tell for the rest of their lives.

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Connor Toole is the Deputy Editor at BroBible. He is a New England native who went to Boston College and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Frequently described as "freakishly tall," he once used his 6'10" frame to sneak in the NBA Draft and convince people he was a member of the Utah Jazz.