Dillon Francis and Diplo are well known for their antics but Francis may have just stolen the class clown top spot with this video. Are you a DJ? Do you need to steer clear of rabid fans? Kick serato chasers out of the booth? Protect yourself from an offensive Flo Rida request? If so, Francis’ “self-defense” moves might be for you. Press play to check out his spastic kicking, air humps, and self-provided sound effects — or better yet, buy tickets for the New York stop of his Wet and Reckless tour to see the ninja in action. Tickets available here.
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