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Mmm, it's Chongalicious

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Please do enjoy “Chongalicious,” a video by a pair of Hialeah girls who are either chongas themselves or do more than passable impressions of the young Latinas with “hoop earrings big enough to fit your arm through.” The song turned up on YouTube recently, and is picking up steam. Miami’s Power 96 started playing “Chongalicious” yesterday, and it soon became the station’s most requested. --Frank Houston

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