Robstown PD responds to San Antonio law enforcement ‘Lip Sync Battle’

Posted at 11:50 AM, Jun 25, 2018

Officers with the Robstown Police Department are answering the challenge of another Texas law enforcement agency.

Several days ago, Bexar County Sheriff’s Deputy Alexander Mena uploaded a video to social media of him lip-singing a song called "Fuiste Mala" by the group The Kumbia Kings.

Apparently, police officers with SAPD were not having that and uploaded a video of an SAPD Officer lip-singing *NSYNC’s “Bye Bye Bye" Friday afternoon.

The very next day, Officers Jimmie Zamora and Officer Jordan Armstrong, with the Robstown Police Department uploaded a video on their social media page and talked about Deputy Alexander Mena’s original post and suggested that they needed to come out of retirement since Mena’s video went viral.

Both started lip-singing the Backstreet Boy’s 1998 song ‘Everybody (Backstreet’s Back).’ In the middle of the video, Officer Zamora said," That’s good, but we really needed to show them how it’s really done in South Texas."

Both officers begin to lip-sing Selena’s song ‘Bidi Bidi Bom Bom.’

Members with the San Antonio police department shared the video on their Facebook page, and since early Monday morning, Robstown’s video has been seen more than 166K times.