The flapper is the name of one of the Emotes in Fortnite Battle Royale. It is often referred to as the bee’s knees.
Flapper emote is represented by the steady movements of the game character’s hands in the same directions in contradictory with the movement of the character ‘s legs. This dancing style simply symbolizes arrogance and total disregard for the acceptable way of life. The emote got its inspiration from the young notorious Western ladies in the 1920s who were known for their arrogance and disregard for the generally acceptable societal standards.
The Gibson Girl, who was one of the major pioneers of the flapper, singlehandedly changed the mold, examples, and ways of life of the 1920s to a distinct and more dynamic exuberant lifestyle that clearly kicked against the customs of ladies’ styles previously adopted. The Gibson Girl additionally exemplified the significance of intelligence and adaptation as opposed to taking into account men’s needs.
Flapper dancing emote can be used to taunt your opponent or display the “IDGAF” attitude just to annoy them and prove that you have nothing to lose, even when the game does not favor you.
How to get it
Flappers emote can be purchased from the Cash Shop for 500 V-Bucks only.
Flapper high-quality PNG images with transparent background to use them as you wish (YouTube thumbnails, skin concept and so on).
Used in-game to Shop and Locker, credit to Epic Games.
Flapper rotation history in the Fortnite Shop. Below you can see the first and last time when Flapper could be bought from Item Shop, also how many days it was seen and the dates list. This cosmetic item can be re-added in the future, so check the store regularly.
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Clicking on one of the date boxes below will allow you to see the full shop for that particular day.