Detroit Zeus Goes Viral With Toosie Slide Challenge

Detroit native Detroit Zeus has carved out his own lane in the entertainment industry and on social media during the COVID-19 crisis.

Detroit Zeus Goes Viral With Toosie Slide Challenge

DETROIT, Mich. (CBS DETROIT) – Detroit native Detroit Zeus has carved out his own lane in the entertainment industry and on social media during the COVID-19 crisis.

Keeping people entertained during the pandemic, he has created his own version of Drake’s Toosie Slide challenge with Detroit’s famous Jit.

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It curated over 100,000 views in less than 24 hours and was trending on Instagram and TikTok.

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Feat. @detroitzeus #detroitjit #detroit #footwork #fyp #foryoupage #makemeviral #20k

♬ Toosie Slide – Drake

Zeus developed his skills at an early age. His involvement in dance battles at parties and talent competitions got him a buzz around Detroit, gaining him a loyal fan base and growing following. His dance moves have been featured on the BET’S Experience with Sprite, REVOLT TV with AT&T and most recently a PUMA campaign.

He has a profound engagement in over a dozen schools in his community, where he uses his platform to spotlight the importance of education anti-bullying and giving back.

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Lions Selection In First Round OSU Cornerback Jeff Okudah

The Detroit Lions selected Ohio State cornerback Jeff Okudah in the NFL draft Thursday night.

Lions Selection In First Round OSU Cornerback Jeff Okudah

The Detroit Lions selected Ohio State cornerback Jeff Okudah in the NFL draft Thursday night.

Detroit went into the opening round desperately needing to help a defense that ranked No. 31 in the league last season.

 

 

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – MARCH 01: Defensive back Jeff Okudah of Ohio State prepares to run the 40-yard dash during the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 29, 2020 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

 

 

The Lions were expected to take Okudah or linebacker Isaiah Simmons if they didn’t trade out of the high slot to acquire multiple picks. Both Okudah and Simmons have the type of talent to improve the team’s most glaring weakness.

Okudah, though, seems to fit perfectly.

The 6-foot-1, 205-pound Okudah can blanket receivers in man-to-man coverage and make tackles to stop the run. He is the highest-drafted cornerback since Shawn Springs was selected from the same school by Seattle in the 1997 draft.

The Lions were last in the NFL against in the pass last season and then traded three-time Pro Bowl cornerback Darius Slay to Philadelphia last month for draft picks. Signing cornerback Desmond Trufant, who turns 30 in September, after Atlanta released him last month appears to be a solid move even if it is only a short-term solution.

 

 

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – MARCH 01: Defensive back Jeff Okudah of Ohio State walks off the field after suffering a minor injury during the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 29, 2020 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

 

 

Okudah should be able to take care of one side of the field for years to come.

General manager Bob Quinn and coach Matt Patricia need their first-round pick to pan out this year and it may help their job security if some other selections also contribute right away as rookies. Owner Martha Firestone Ford brought back Quinn for a fifth year and Patricia for his third year, but made clear contending for the playoffs was the expectation.

Quinn and Patricia are counting on quarterback Matthew Stafford being healthy. He missed the second half of last season with a back injury, leading to a nine-game losing streak. The 32-year-old Stafford has three years left on his $135 million deal.

 

 

COLUMBUS, OH – SEPTEMBER 1: Jeffrey Okudah #1 of the Ohio State Buckeyes and Baron Browning #5 of the Ohio State Buckeyes celebrate after Nick Bosa #97 of the Ohio State Buckeyes recovered a first quarter fumble against the Oregon State Beavers at Ohio Stadium on September 1, 2018 in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)

 

 

The franchise certainly has more needs on defense, but there are also voids on offense. Quinn let guard Graham Glasgow go in free agency, raising concerns about Stafford having enough time to throw to receivers such as Kenny Golladay.

Detroit went into the draft with three picks on Friday, including the No. 35 overall pick. The Lions have nine selections overall, including a pair of picks in the third and fifth rounds from the Slay trade. They have five late picks to potentially trade up to land a player they covet.

 

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