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Ja Rule is a self-proclaimed ad for Greek restaurants – diverse

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Ja Rule has tried all sorts of commercial endeavors since the Fire Festival three years ago – which he started co-producing, but he could go back to the path of positive public opinion with the boners entirely for Papa Cristo’s Greek Grill. In Los Angeles it sounds like a “Sunday Night Live” skit.

The ad is so funny that it probably can’t be serious – and it’s not, in fact, created for the new TBS reality show, “Celebrity Show-Off,” where stars are seen competing to rack up the “most interesting home videos” on YouTube. See.

Apparently the ad, which premiered on Saturday, was almost 100% self-deprecating, so Ja Rule misrepresented (or gave up trying) a number of intentionally pronounced food and drops (blipped-out) F-bombs and even dancing in conventional Greek traditional drama. .

The restaurant has “the best motherfuck – aing gyros” te before misusing octopodakia, avogolemno soup and kratopita

“You can’t even pronounce the food, it’s so good!” He said.

Ja was wearing a black T-shirt, “I love Greece words,” according to CNN, Rule said he made the video in hopes of helping a small business in the Kovid-1p epidemic.

Despite his high-profile promotion to the April 2017 Fire Festival in the Bahamas, which broke down due to chronic mismanagement before any single law took the stage, the rule has largely been able to avoid legal consequences, although original organizer Billy McFarland currently serves six duties – wire forgery and other offenses. For years imprisonment. He has presented a handful of musical instruments and engaged on social media beef with 50 cents and other contemporaries.

The “Celebrity Show-Off” premieres on TBS at 10 a.m. Tuesday.

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