Yo, Yo, Yo, Jebidiah is in da house. He is a cracker so he raps like a louse. But still he thought he would give it a shot even though his followers on Ask compares it with snot. But hey if da Hungerman uses it he has the Crackers permission, but under one condition: That should the Hungerman go "platinum" with sales or even gold, the Jebman gets 10% of whatever is sold. So, you call your lawyers and I'll call mine they can work out all the arrangements just fine then we both sign on the dotted line. Later on when we hit the top we live large, then eventually watch sales drop. We both end up addicted, we both go broke. The critics call us a joke. We hit rehab, come back brighter than the sun. Our story is told in "Behind the Music" on VH-1. We're both superstars, so we have to expect some crap will be written on The National Enquirer's page one. One of dies so it comes to an end but still we make it as pop music legend. (THERE is the "love" pal)
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