Stephen Curry joins Michelle Obama for #TurnipForWhat

Washington (CNN)The White House is turning up for turnips.

First lady Michelle Obama's Twitter account shared a video with the first lady joined by NBA player Stephen Curry and his wife, Ayesha Curry, holding turnips and dancing to the pop song "Turn Down for What" by DJ Snake and Lil Jon.
"In honor of turnips being planted in the Kitchen Garden today, @StephenCurry30 brings back #TurnipForWhat," the tweet reads.
The hashtag was created in October 2014, when Obama responded to a question posed in an #AskTheFirstLady session.
    "How many calories do you burn every time you 'turn up'?!" a POTUS impersonator under the name Alphacat asked on vine.
    "Turnip for what," the first lady responded in a vine on the White House account, holding a turnip dancing to the hit single.
    The six-second clip is just one example of Obama's health-conscious initiative, "Let's Move," she kick-started in 2010. As part of that initiative, the first lady will participate in the annual White House Kitchen Garden Planting on Tuesday afternoon, which will be live streamed on the White House's website.