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Big butts are back because the internet and social media has made it impossible to "censor" them for white audiences according to a leading pop culture expert.
Another viral video with a "Back-To-School" theme is making the rounds on the Internet.
The catchy beat and its incorporation of Sir Mix A Lot's "Baby Got Back" classic is, admittedly, incredibly fun.
For some parents, it's a difficult thing to see those kiddos go off and learn, be independent and make new friends.
Since the start of the year, songs honoring rotund rumps have occupied every crevice of the chart: J.Lo and Pitbull have their new single "Booty," Jason Derulo hit it big with "Wiggle" and Nicki Minaj has taken the homage full-circle with her new single "Anaconda" - which samples Sir Mix-a-Lot's 1992 Billboard No.
JANUARY 15: Students walk to board a school bus in Manhattan's East Village on January 15, 2013 in New York City.
You might want to wait to take a shower until AFTER you've watched Nicki Minaj's new "Anaconda" video.
The Holderness family, who burst into the Internet scene last year when their "Christmas Jammies" video posted to YouTube video went viral, has done it once again.
You may have resisted the compulsion to avert your eyes of late and cast at least one of them over Nicki Minaj's teaser pics for her new video.
Congratulations to Nicki Minaj's asstounding "Anaconda" music video, which has claimed the VEVO record for most views in a 24-hour period.
The #xmasjammies family is back, and this time they're celebrating what every parent is looking forward to this time of summer: the beginning of the school year.
Asides from Taylor Swift's surprise single, Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda" music video has caused quite the stir; she puts her own spin on Sir Mix-A-Lot's infamous "Baby Got Back," she twerks in the video, and even gives Drake a lap dance .
Great back to school parody based on Sir-Mix-A-Lot's song...Baby Got Back. It's called Baby's Got Class! Mary Beth Zolik has been part of morning radio in Toledo for over 25 years.
Franklin and Williamson county first-responders have set up a temporary command center following last week's deadly tanker explosion.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 03:39 am
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