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Snoop Dogg, Kate Upton, Bow Wow Star In Official 'Hot Pockets' Music Video

You aren't dreaming - Snoop Dogg and Kate Upton really remade "Just A Friend" for a Hot Pockets ad. The video, which follows "Pocket Like It's Hot" (can't make this shit up, people), features Kate Upton seductively chowing down on a meaty pocket before falling into psychedelic ecstasy, where Snoop appears to her out of a cloud of sheep. Yeah, we dunno either...

The ad features a bunch of less-than-subtle references to ganja, marking a continuation of companies willing to engage audiences not only with original music, but also with weed jokes. I can't tell if it's hilarious or embarrassing, but at least I can't knock the hustle. Check the video and read the lyrics below.

FULL LYRICS:

One, two, three to the heat
Stop counting sheep,
And move your feet to the beat
I bet you're wonderin'
"Who are you?"
The baker who made new
HOT POCKETS come true
Now let me give you an introduction
To the Master Baker of this production
You know he bakes here
You know he bakes there
He be baking all day
I bake everywhere
Wanna bake with me?
Then come on in
We light up taste buds
From beginning to end
My buttery seasoning so hip
It drips
Tastes so good
Gotta lick your lips
Smell my savory garlic
but don't disturb
The garden where I grow
flavor-fantastic-al herbs
...his flavor-fantastical herbs.
-
YOU... YOU Got What I Eeeeaaattt!
You say you're just a baker
But you're my HOT POCKETS maker

Oh baby, YOU... YOU Got
What I Eeeeaaattt!
You got the hot buttery crust
I need your hot buttery crust
-
Hold up, hold up
My friend's gotta beef with you
Take a step back baker
The Butcher's coming through
I see you like the crust
well I like it too
But without my premium meats
You got nothing to chew
See I'm the Master Butcher
And I bow down to zero
Online they call me
The 8-Bit hero
I fly cross the land
So my flocks are protected
Try to come for my beef
And ya gonna get rejected
Cuz if you step to me
Ya gonna get stuck
As your head takes a buck
From pepperoni nun-chucks
He's got premium meats,
The cream of the crop
Welcome to my B.I.G.G.
Butcher's shop.....ya heaarrdd
-
YOU... YOU Got What I Eeeeaaattt!
You make the Steak and Cheese
That brings me to my knees

Oh baby, YOU... YOU Got What I Eeeeaaattt!
The flavor is so sweet
You know how to spice that meat
-
Now I know the Butcher
Likes to take credit for the show
But there's a reason that my bakery
Is rollin' in the dough
Listen little baby
Don't fall for the cuts
It's the buttery crust
That makes you want it so much

Don't listen to him, girl
He's been baking too long
It's my premium meats,
that make your lips sing a song
When that sauce heats up
The pepperonis do the rest
It's exactly why my new
HOT POCKETS are the best
-
No no no... YOU, both Got What I Eeeeaaattt!
I love your buttery crust
But I love that meat just as much

Oh YOU... both Got What I Eeeeaaattt!
You got all my hot treats
You both make me complete

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