Gay Paramedic Vogues DOWNE to Rihanna in His Ambulance [VIDEO]

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And on the seventh day He created the ballroom scene.

Get into our good Judy making the best of his shift cruising the streets looking for trade saving lives, and having some fun with his gal pal on the walkie.

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  • Kevin McNeir
    13 May 2014 | Permalink | Reply

    Where do you guys get this stuff from?? too funny!! WE all wanna just have fun like Cindi said.

  • Matheus
    13 May 2014 | Permalink | Reply

    what the name of this remix? so dope

  • Jazzy
    14 May 2014 | Permalink | Reply

    Yes please I need the name of the remix as well it’s sounds epic!

  • Nee
    14 May 2014 | Permalink | Reply

    At least he have on his seat belt…

  • Diana
    14 May 2014 | Permalink | Reply

    Rihanna ‏@rihanna 6h
    “This Paramedic guy just reminded me why God sent me here! I can’t stop now! Not now, not nevah!!!! —>

  • Elise
    14 May 2014 | Permalink | Reply

    Wow, my first laugh of the day. That was lovely. I love Robin @Rihanna Fenty.

  • 15 May 2014 | Permalink | Reply

    I think some loyalty is needed to become royal.

  • pretty Martian empress
    15 May 2014 | Permalink | Reply

    I was just waiting for the walkie talkie to fly through the window lol

  • Leslie
    16 May 2014 | Permalink | Reply

    Ok so pay attention outside the driver side window. The guy started really vogueing when the vehicle came to a complete stop. Dude was not reckless. Ever seen how many people still texting while driving????

    • GetSomeSenseLeslie
      17 May 2014 | Permalink | Reply

      Leslie says in part, ” Ever seen how many people still texting while driving????”
      And I ask, what is your point Leslie? Is it that because others choose to behave recklessly behind the wheel, that clown can? Are you really that simple minded? So following your logic, can I drive drunk because so many other people do?

  • lynn
    16 May 2014 | Permalink | Reply

    Funny, yes. Creative, yes. Dangerous ambulance driver driving with no hands, yes.

  • 17 May 2014 | Permalink | Reply

    Regardless to have a job that important. He needs to have his mind on the task at hand at all times weather the car is stopped or not. Plus he has to be a roll model. Now if he was told by his boss he shouldn’t, he should respect that and stop. Constructive criticism never hurt anyone. His boss is right, he has so much to loose if for some reason he keeps that up. There is a time and a place and it not in an ambulance that saves people.

    • Misty
      19 May 2014 | Permalink | Reply

      “Roll model” and “much to loose” LOL! Good puns, girlfriend! That child is getting too loose rolling in his amberlamps…

  • Mandi
    17 May 2014 | Permalink | Reply

    That was so good honey……..!!!! Joyously hilarious!!

  • rap4rag
    21 May 2014 | Permalink | Reply

    I have been in the “Emergency services”. It has a very heavy downside. It is great to have “moments like this to help deal with what EMT’s and other Emergency personal, (ie. Firefighters, police officers…) often deal with. This was great.

  • jfdvmn
    21 May 2014 | Permalink | Reply

    God put Rihanna here so some idiot can dangerously operate an ambulance and act like he’s at some gay bar doing some hideous dance??? Get over yourself Rihanna. As an EMT I’m sure he’s seen some tagic accidents due to juvenile distractions like cell phones,radio,eating, make-up and horsing around. There is a reason why the DOT has more stringent rules for CDL operators — such as both hands on the wheel and hands free devices only. A 4 yr old on a bike darts in front of him while he is looking in the camera and flaunting his hands – not so funny anymore, Rihanna. He should be fined and suspended– he could use the time off to practice some dancing.

    • 21 May 2014 | Permalink | Reply

      Finally someone with some sense. It seems like most of you think it’s all fun and games till someone gets hurt. There is a time for everything and dancing on a ambulance truck is not the disco place.

  • Malika
    21 May 2014 | Permalink | Reply

    As a medical professional I understand what some people have to say about being on duty however it’s just a little fun, & when your in that business sometimes you just need to let lose sometimes. I’m a nurse and I’ve seen something’s people wouldn’t imagine and I get silly sometimes to let it go ! Go ahead DIVA !

  • jfdvmn
    22 May 2014 | Permalink | Reply

    well Malika if your a medical professional , that 4-yr old that your diva runs over will have nothing to worry about because you’ll be treating him in your facility and explaining to his parents how another professional ran him over while dancing behind the wheel. let loose in the break room where youll only hurt your chances to be on Americas Got Talent. As a professional driver for 35 years I lost count on how many people DIDNT get hurt and go to a professional like you because I was driving PROFESSIONALLY. It’s idiots like your diva that make everyone else on the road want to stay home.

  • Emily
    23 May 2014 | Permalink | Reply

    I’m more concerned about the beginning convo on the Wilkie talkie where he points out an intimate place where the other guy can “take your wife” and the guy says “I’d rather go with you.” I think that’s the most interesting part of the video….what colleague was he talking to? I bet his wife will recognize the voice.

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