Forget Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball." The latest viral video to hit the Internet is by none other than rapper extraordinaire Snoop Lion and Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Kate Upton, a hilarious parody on Biz Markie's "Just a Friend," entitled "You Got What I Eat."
In the four-and-a-half-minute promotional ad for Hot Pockets, both Snoop and Upton, 20, croon about the joys of devouring the tasty snack while cavorting through various silly scenarios.
At the beginning of the video, Upton returns home to her apartment, telling a pal that an unnamed guy is "just a friend," but as she sits down to watch Larry King Live (where Snoop is extolling the deliciousness of Hot Pockets), she suddenly starts to hallucinate about joining the veteran rapper in song and shuffle-dance.
"Now let me give you an introduction/ to the master baker of this production," a red track suit-clad Snoop raps as he leads Upton on a stroll through a series of oversized baking paraphernalia, proclaiming that he can "bake anywhere."
The video features the pair traipsing amongst the clouds as cartoon sheep leap over their heads, sitting side-by-side in a futuristic rocket ship, and even jamming out on a piano together.
"You…got what I eat," Upton lip-syncs the chorus. "Now you say you're just a baker, but you're my Hot Pocket baker/ Oh baby you…got what I eat/ You got that hot buttery crust/ I need your hot buttery crust."
In addition to the superstar duo, Youtube star Kev Jumba also makes an appearance in the video alongside Oliver Cooper as the "butcher." A Larry King lookalike also makes a cameo, as well all rapper Bow Wow.
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