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Ricardo Milos is Brazilian Model, known for his dancing video. The first of Ricardo's dance appeared on a website called Nico Nico Douga (NND), in 2011, after these videos, Ricardo got put in as a character in the Gachimuchi/wrestling series. In mid-2018 people started using Ricardo's dance as Bait and Switch videos on TikTok. Ricardo Milos has beated Shaggy with minimal effort. His raw power turns people gay.
Ricardo Milos' dance video was originally published on a gay porn site called "Jock Butt." In the video, Ricardo dances erotically while wearing a red bandana on his head and an American flag thong, on 10/15/10, the video was uploaded on the NND site as a part of the Gachimuchi as has received over 500,000 views. Milos' charismatic and alluring dance caught the attention of Gachimuchi fans and he soon became a recurring Gachimuchi character.
"Danced like a Butterfly" Edit
The trigger of the Danced Like a Butterfly fad was a video titled "Dancing like a Butterfly,” uploaded to NND on July 14th, 2011, the video ranked 1st on the NND video ranking and has over 850,000 views. The video featured the song "Butterfly (Upswing Mix)" by Smile.dk, known for its inclusion in the Dance Dance Revolution series. Creators on NND began mimicking Milos' dance with hand drawn animations and 3D character models using the animation software Miku Miku Dance.
2018 Resurgence and Ricardo-TikTok War Edit
Ricardo Milos surged in popularity among Russian-speaking internet users in mid-to-late 2018. Ricardo blew up in dancing threds, where users would post Ricardo Milos dancing, this would start the flame war that started on September 30th, where users would Spam-Post Ricardo Milos and TikTok girls dancing, especially of the cosplayer Bonibonkers. On October 21, YouTuber saile789 2nd Channel uploaded a bait-and-switch Ricardo Milos video featuring Bonbibonkers and the song "DotA" by Basshunter, receiving over 40,000 views in less than two months. The song "DoTa" by Basshunter is often used in the Ricardo Bait and Switch videos.