06/20/2013 01:19 pm ET

ASL Interpreter At Wu-Tang Clan's Bonnaroo Show Raps With Her Hands, Blows Our Mind (VIDEO)

Wu-Tang Clan may be hip-hop legends, but an American Sign Language interpreter offstage at their Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival performance last Friday managed to steal their thunder.

The interpreter, who has been identified as Holly, can be seen in this YouTube video signing along at the Wu-Tang show with aplomb, even as the hip-hop maestros began spouting quick rhymes.

"This is the greatest thing I have ever seen," wrote one netizen in appreciation after watching the YouTube clip.

Music news website Stereogum, which listed the ASL interpreter as one of the "9 best things at Bonnaroo" this year, noted that Holly "didn't just sign every word, but put back into it."

Other than her appearance at the Wu-Tang concert, Holly was also reportedly called onstage at Matt & Kim's performance to show off her chops, and was also spotted signing along to R. Kelly:

Though Holly's sign magic sent the Internet into a tizzy this week, the veracity of her interpreting has yet to be verified. HuffPost's attempts to reach out to the National Association of the Deaf for comment have thus far gone unanswered.