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“Bubala Please” Brings Gangsta Style Latkes for Chanukah [VIDEO]
Posted on: December 4th, 2012 at 11:36 am by Elie
Chanukah starts on Saturday evening, so if you’re thinking of making latkes, first consult the internets. Indeed, Jaquann and Luis of Bubala Please got your back. These “dreidel-spinning, menorah-lighting gangbangers” will help you fry up those muthafuckin potato pancakes.
Check out this video greatness! Andale, esse.
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