Look, it's pretty clear that Usher played that up for the camera seeing as he was looking directly at it when he started shaking his hand like he was holding a polaroid picture in the 'Hey Ya' video. Still, there's little to no doubt the unexpected strength of Damien Woody's handshake tempted him to do so, and I absolutely love that it did. Nothing says "I'm not just a fat man in a suit" like an extraordinarily firm handshake that reminds the recipient that the person on the other end of it used to butt skulls with the most physically imposing men on the planet for a living. I'm not saying that Damien Woody is out there trying to fracture wrists and break fingers, but I wouldn't even blame him if he was. There's only so may ways to assert your dominance in retirement and hard ass handshakes are undoubtedly the most socially acceptable. You step in Damien's studio you better bring your big boy grip, because he'll be damned if he's letting more notorious people leave without remembering they had a run in with a former NFL offensive lineman. So 'Let It Burn' Usher because you may have a laundry list of hits, but you've never had to repeatedly absorb them from 300+ pound behemoths frothing at the mouth to get to the quarterback like the man that just squeezed you into submission.