Company responds to Mizzou grad’s quitting dance video that went viral

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by Associated Press

KMOV.com

Posted on October 3, 2013 at 8:01 AM

KANSAS CITY, Mo.  -- A Taiwanese company is responding to a University of Missouri’s quitting dance video with its own choreographed production.

The Kansas City Star reports that Marina Shifrin started it when she performed to Kanye West’s “Gone” in the 1 minute, 45 second video. The former employee of Taiwanese company Next Media Animation explains that she spent two years sacrificing “my relationships, time and energy for this job.”

The video went viral after it was posted on YouTube.

Next Media Animation posted its response this week. Titled “An Interpretative Dance From NextMedia set to Kanye West’s Gone,” employees are shown dancing. Text along the bottom says, “We work for an awesome company that hires based on dance skills .”

 

The video wishes Shifrin well and announces that the company is hiring.

Both videos can been seen below. Click the links to watch them if using your mobile device.

Mobile users click here to watch the original video. 

Mobile users click here to see the company's response video. 

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