It's pretty startling that, in 2002, this song was looked at as an over-the-top but ultimately unrealistic look at the kind of songs that Suits at record labels were interested in pushing. But holy shit, how unfunny has this become, considering that the last couple of years have given us Riskay's "Smell Yo Dick" and Ray J's "Snakes in the Grass."

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