Jermaine Dupri’s Welcome to Atlanta’ Inspires ‘Save the Dave’ Bar Mitzvah Rap
When Daniel wanted to tell his friends and family about his upcoming Bar Mitzvah on May 11, the 12-year-old Atlanta native did so in the best way he could -- with a dirty south flair.
Covering Jermaine Dupri's 'Welcome to Atlanta,' Daniel raps about how he's been preparing for his special day. The song's lyrics have clearly been turned around to fit in with the theme and include lines like, "Oink, oink, pig, pig / Do away with the pork / Don't eat that stuff / Don't be such a dork" and "Just read for the Torah and do the Horah / And when it's finished, you know I'm not a kid anymore, ugh!"
The video, which features the city mayor and his rabbi, will make you cringe and giggle as Daniel takes us on a tour of Atlanta and shows off his passion for the Falcons and Braves. Although this seems entertaining for now, we're sure that he'll be regretting this once he hits the ripe age of 21 -- if not sooner.
What do you think of this version of 'Welcome to Atlanta'? Tell us in the comments below.
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