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. . The "Godfather of Street Dance" announced the day before he passed out that he was sick but COVID negative.
Adolfo “Shabba-Doo” Quiñones, one of the ancestors of hip-hop dance and known for his roles in the breakdance films Breakin ’and Breakin’ 2 Electric Boogaloo of the 80s, ...
. . Adolfo Quiños, best known as break dancer Shabba Doo, is reported to have died, but a recent Wikipedia entry says otherwise.
. . Adolfo Quiños, best known as break dancer Shabba Doo, is reported to have died, but a recent Wikipedia entry says otherwise.
. . Adolfo Gutierrez Quinones alias "Shabba-Doo" was born on 11. Born May 25, 1955 in Chicago, Illinois, and died suddenly on May 30th, 1955. December 2020. The cause of death is unknown. He was a member of "The Original Lockers" and is said to have invented the "Poppin" and "Locking" dance styles. He was a dancer, choreographer and actor, best of all [...]
. . The poplocking innovator's death was reported on Twitter by his Original Lockers co-founder, Toni Basil. Early Wednesday, dance historians and hip-hop aficionados were saddened by reports that Adolfo Quinones, better known as Shabba-Doo, had died. Just the day before, Quinones, known for his acrobatic poplocking skills and roles in the 1984 films Breakin 'and its sequel Breakin 2: Electric Boogaloo seven months later, had posted on Instagram about illness.
. . Quinonoes, the dancer, actor, and choreographer whose movements as part of The Original Lockers inspired a generation and fueled a culture, was 65 years old.
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