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Larry Dogg Films Disco Rick Telling Local DJs to Start Breaking Records, Stop Sweating Celebrities

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If you've never seen or heard of Larry Dogg, he claims the title of "Underground King of Comedy in South Florida." He's also got a website that documents his interactions with white families in massage chairs at the mall, big girls getting freaky at the club, rappers, singers, and celebrities. A recent upload to Larry's web site features a diatribe against DJs from the legendary Disco Rick (the hitmaker behind "Wiggle Wiggle," and "Yo Momma On That Crack Rock"). Click here to watch Disco Rick tell you DJs how to do your job.

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