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Playboy Magazine and Lil Jon Gonna Get Sprung at Cameo for New Year's Eve

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There have been rumors that Playboy is going out business, and Hugh Hefner's empire of fake tits and airbrushed cellulite would wither away like the editor's wrinkly wiener after the Viagra's worn off. There was also a rumor that Lil Jon suffered a mild heart attack after drinking a pimp cup of grape Four Loko.

But it's all a bunch of gossip. Playboy and Lil Jon are both alive and well, and together they're hosting a kickass New Year's Eve extravaganza at Cameo.

Expect the King of Crunk to drop a Dirty South DJ set while slightly buzzed Bunnies work the crowd. Oh, and there's a pretty good chance that a few of the host's famous bros might show up.

On the same night as the Playboy New Year's Eve with Your Boy Lil Jon party, the rapper's good friend and mid-2000s collaborator, Usher Raymond IV, will perform at the AAA as part of his OMG tour. With any luck, the R&B star with the rippling abs will show up and join his Atlanta bro for an impromptu rendition of "Yeah."

Either way, let's just sum it up by saying: From the windows to the walls, till the sweat drips down 2010's balls, it's gonna be crunktastic.

Playboy New Year's Eve with Your Boy Lil Jon. Friday, December 31. Cameo, 1445 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. The party starts at 9 p.m., and tickets cost $50 to $5000 via wantickets.com. Call 786-235-5800 or visit cameomiami.com.

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