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Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Trashy Hilarity: Moe Green's New Video is a Jersey Shore Mashup

Posted By on Wed, Dec 8, 2010 at 9:07 AM

click to enlarge Or maybe just trashy.
  • Or maybe just trashy.
Jersey Shore is like car accidents and those fights on Jerry Springer: You can't help but look, no matter how awful, repulsive and embarrassing it is. So was it wise of rising Vallejo hip-hopper Moe Green to assemble a montage from MTV's sleaziest reality TV show for the visuals to accompany his club-boppin' tune, "Lights, Camera, Action"?  We'd like to pretend that we're not grossly entertained, but, well, we kind of are. View the visual carnage/guilty pleasure after the jump.

We don't watch Jersey Shore -- we swear! -- which is fine, because Moe Green (along with producer Rob E. and editor Duncan Wold) has assembled all the eye-drawlingly icky parts, or at least all the eye-drawlingly icky parts we can handle, in this three-ish minute clip. Get ready for lots of hot-tub makeouts:



What an education. Now download Green's "Lights, Camera, Action."

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