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So this is a joke, right?
I’m thinking it is, because the music is a karaoke version of Akon’s “Soul Survivor” and all of the players’ Twitter handles are listed at the end, presumably so that fans have somewhere to send their “Cool video, bro!” accolades. And their band name is “White Boy Academy.”
But…all these guys had to do was get their championship rings and then brag about them to their friends, significant others, children and grandchildren for the next fifty years. Making a fake music video (especially one that doesn’t have enough, um, ironic distance to seem all that self-aware) just opens these kids up to a lot of easily avoidable ridicule.
To sum up: not making a fake rap video allows you to brag about your NCAA championship in peace to your nearest and dearest for the rest of your life. Making a fake rap video opens you up to criticism from the likes of “lanky 47150″ (“These guys love the cock”) and “ctw870″ (“The douchebaggery is strong with these clowns”). Don’t do it! Just say no! Fake rap is never your friend!
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