Video: Ms. Jones, "Broward County First Lady"

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She calls herself Ms. Jones, Broward County First Lady and according to her Myspace page "A fake bitch will take you were you need to go - A real bitch throws you her keys and says it needs gas!"

She has a song called "Ice Cream" that follows the South Florida tradition of sexplicit fuck music. "Damn boy see that ass look nice, you know you wanna hit that ass for the right price. Ima slaughter your cock, and make my pussy pop. Hot girl drop drop it like it's hot."

She also has a song called "Steve," a pussy eating anthem, a remix of and challenge to Plies' "Becky."

Log on to myspace.com/ptpfirstlady to hear Ms. Jones' music and for more info.

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