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Oh, Sir Mix-A-Lot, What Have You Done? (Burger King Commercial) (Video)

 

This may not make you barf as hard as those pictures of Tila Tequila trying to be Smashing Pumpkins' new drummer, but above is a new Burger King commercial that finds Sir Mix-A-Lot, integrity-questionable rapper famous for "Baby Got Back," re-doing his famous ode to asses as a Burger King commercial pimping square butts and Sponge Bob Squarepants. I mean, the Knight of Butt was never the greatest rapper, but this ad is a shill that will be impossible to wash off, even after hours under a chemical shower. Does Sir Mix-A-Lot have credit card bills to pay? Seriously. [ Videogum ]

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that is hilarious!! I thought he gave and was deep in some corporate cubicle some where...thank god for advertisers!

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this is indeed excellent. i dont understand why they are putting phonebooks in their pants, though

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too funny..even at about 4 in the morning

/site_media/uploads/images/users/cessemi/in the mirror airbrushed.jpg Emily Tan

They're using an ass themed video to sell to children?!!!

Rich

"Spongebob I wanna get witcha"??? Bad, very bad.

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Please, people, it's not like we're talking about "Stairway to Heaven" here. It's an 80's novelty rap song from a one-hit wonder. Let the guy cash in, and truth be told, it's pretty damn funny.

(And they're putting phone books in their pants because it's selling SpongeBob SQUAREPANTS. Think about it).

Joe

There is no reason that Burger King needs to use adult content to sell their kids meals. I think its funny from an adult aspect but for children absolutly not. Children do not need to see women with squares on their butts dancing around. Come one its also inappropriate for sir mix a lot to say "booty is booty" at the end. Even if a child has no idea what that means it is still very adult oriented and has no place what so ever on a commercial for children.Of course children are going to laugh at this because it has spongebob in it but there is so much more too the commercial that parents need to look at. So many people look around and wonder why kids are they way they are and maybe it is because parents are too willing to let something like this just slide on by. I think Burger King made a very poor decision when they placed this ad on tv.

Steph

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