AUSTIN (KXAN) - Boss and company are shaking things up with their own "interpretive dance" after a former employee put in her two weeks notice with a dance video that went viral a couple days ago.
Remember Marina Shifrin's dance video?
Well, Boss Man responded with one of his own, dubbed to the same Kanye West song, "Gone." And if you watch closely, there are some pretty familiar scenes.
"We work for an awesome company that hires based on dance skills," reads the video post. "We eat our lunches at our desks because there aren’t restaurants around. But hey since we have a rooftop pool and sauna we’ll call it even.”
The video takes you through the women’s bathroom, just like Marina did in her video, and then shows you how the employees dress up in funky costumes and shoot their boss dead during playtime.
They say it’s all good, but not without a warm wish goodbye -- but, in true parody form, not without a dance break first.
“Oh and … we want to wish Marina well and let everyone know … We’re hiring."
Just like Marina's video that offered up her resume, they say if you're interested in the job you can hit them up at email@example.com.
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