Duece Poppi is a veteran Slip-N-Slide Records artist you may have never heard of, but dude is a serious operator that has behind the scenes ghost written more tracks than Casper with a pen and pad.
He's got a new album coming soon, and this song "My White Friends" is set to take over the pop music airwaves.
This video features Duece talking about, participating in, or featuring some great white stereotypes like skateboarding, monster trucks, keg parties, sky diving, snorting coke, rich parents, manicures, OMG!, Travis Barker, and a Rolls Royce.
It's a funny video.
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