This Fake Video Of Brooklyn Residents “Singing” Biggie’s Juicy Tricked Everyone Including Conor McGregor



Going to have to wake up a lot earlier in the morning to get a fastball on the black by me Twitter. I already live with a constant sense of skepticism. Some would say that’s how inquisitive I am. Not me. Some would though. I pride myself on being a type of liberator for the gullible. When you don’t know whether to believe in a viral video, contact me, and I’ll be your caped crusader sniffing out the bullshit. This one was easy. It’s obviously a fake. It’s a live version of “Juicy” dubbed over a video of someone video taping a building. Not one window is open. I don’t think I saw one person in that whole video. 

Wait, there’s one.

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These fake videos first happened in Italy with Rihanna and Katy Perry a couple weeks back. The Rihanna one sounded so real I actually believed it could be true. The more time in quarantine the more I’ll believe anything. Quarantine brain is real.



Even Madonna fell for her version of “I Rise” and still has yet to delete the tweet. Just said fuck it and went to go sing about fried fish in her bathroom.



And when people found out they beefed they tried to play it off like they knew the whole time. They went with the emotional value defense and how a live version of Juicy moved them to actual tears. Just admit you got duped.



Here’s the original audio from a Jay-Z concert at Yankee Stadium (go to 2:08).



This is how the Coronavirus should thin out the heard. Any blue checkmark that got duped by this video should get Coronavirus. Simple as that. Do I wish Conor McGregor to get Coronavirus? No. But I’d rather 2020 Conor get it than 2015 Conor when he was at his peak. He’s still in prime physical position. He’ll beat it and be better than ever. We’ll probably even get an electric press conference from it to where he goes nose to nose with Coronavirus before the fight. Probably sell 5 million PPV’s with “Conor vs. Corona” as the tagline. In the end we all win honestly. 

Good thing is this would never fly in Philadelphia. Look at this video of Mayor Jim Kenney and his staff members belting out “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air” theme to lift everyone’s spirits. Amazing!


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