Charles Barkley and Boyz II Men Destroy 'End of the Road' in Best Way Possible

Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterAugust 30, 2012

Feel free to sing along. 

Charles Barkley takes you back to your eighth-grade graduation dance when he begins the video with a rendition of Boyz II Men's "End of the Road."

It's as off key as the rendition you sing in the car when you think nobody is looking—everybody is looking. 

There isn't much information about this awesome video (h/t SportsGrid, The Basketball Jones) that takes me back to when I was 100 pounds lighter and a thousand times cooler, rocking hyper-color everything. 

Of course, the cameraman does have some issues getting the entire party onto the screen, because this selfish non-thinker decided to shoot vertically. Unless you are a mindless cyclops, there is no reason to ever shoot vertically. 

Apparently, this video is taken at a karaoke outing after the crew finished with the Jimmy V Celebrity Golf Classic, making this the best karaoke debacle we have ever seen. 

The key to a great night singing ballads is you can't take yourself seriously, and a '90s-themed song must be performed. 

This video becomes epic the second Barkley's horrible voice is saved by the actual group. 

Imagine being at the bar and thinking, Hey, is that Chuck? Oh man, he is horrible, but that's hilarious. Wait, is that Boyz II Men?

The only thing better would have been Joey Lawrence running on stage after and saying, "Whoa!"


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