Some students at Calvary Baptist Academy in Shreveport are once again on youtube. This time, it's an apology for their "Harlem Shake" video that resulted in dozens of students being suspended.
Last month, more than 40 students from Calvary's baseball team, wrestling team as well as various other students took the Harlem Shake to another level. After the video made its way to the school's administration, all of the kids involved in the video were suspended for two days. Assistant Principal Kevin Guerro said that the reason the school decided to suspend those involved was due to the attire some of the kids wore in the video as well as the vulgar nature and sexual gyrations many of the students took part in. A total of three different videos were posted to youtube.com which all took place on school grounds.
On Monday, the PortCityCrackers released the "CBA Halem Shake (apology edition)" that shows some of the CBA students who participated in the Harlem Shake videos. The new video shows students apologizing for their actions and asking for forgiveness saying their "intent was never to disgrace their school or church" and they "didn't mean to destroy the reputation of Calvary".