LSU Tigers players and coach Kim Mulkey celebrate a win with a dance.

The LSU Tigers are headed back to the Elite 8! And they clearly do not care who they offend along the way.

After beating the UCLA Bruins in the Sweet 16 on Saturday, 78-69, head coach Kim Mulkey got together with Angel Reese and some other Tigers players to troll all of their haters with a celebratory dance.

LSU Tigers players and coach Kim Mulkey celebrate a win with a dance.

The team could be seen flashing a “W” while “vibing” to “Wassup Gwayy” by Famous Sally & YB.


Angel Reese, Kim Mulkey, Aneesah Morrow, Coach Redus, and the LSU crew are so unbothered by the haters 😭😭😭

“In the cut with my twin, we be vibinnn'” pic.twitter.com/47iMwfPAir

— Joshua Sánchez (@jnsanchez) March 30, 2024
Here are some of the reactions to the LSU Tigers’ celebration from social media:


Mulkey saw the article that came out and thought a tiktok dance would make people overlook it 😭

— Slater (@SlaterKinnick_) March 31, 2024
They are so unlikable

— Mike Lewis (@rhinomikejl) March 31, 2024
I’ve never been a bigger Caitlin Clark fan in my life.

— Bryan Koenig (@bkoen1215) March 31, 2024

Mulkey and the LSU Tigers aren’t exactly the most-liked team in the tournament, especially after the Tigers coach launched her latest attack on the media over a Washington Post story that hadn’t even been released yet.

The story was eventually released before the team’s game on Saturday, and it turned out to be much less than what Mulkey made it out to be. However, there were some unflattering accusations about the way in which she has treated homosexual and overweight players in the past.

LSU Tigers Set To Take On Iowa Hawkeyes In Rematch Of Last Year’s Final

Angel Reese created an internet meme last year as her Tigers beat Caitlin Clark’s Iowa Hawkeyes in the 2023 NCAA Women’s Tournament Finals, 102-85. With time winding down and LSU holding a comfortable lead, cameras caught Reese lifting her hand in Clark’s face and pointing to her ring finger.

Clark hasn’t said much about the incident, but you just know she was hoping to get an opportunity to exact some revenge on Angel and the LSU Tigers. She’ll get that opportunity on Monday, with a spot in the Final Four on the line.