Will Pugh and Joseph Peppers from Cartel stopped by “The Ralphie Radio Show” to chat about the band’s new single, “The Perfect Mistake” off of Cycles. Will and Joseph also talked about Tiger Woods, making it big in the A-T-L, and an alleged run-in with Hillary Duff.
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Will.I.Am., the renaissance man and Black Eyed Peas lead emcee, is no stranger to viral videos. During the 2008 Presidential Campaign, two of his videos in support of candidate Barack Obama garned millions of views in days – helping our current president in spreading his message of “Hope” and “Yes We Can.” Both were hosted on Will’s Dipdive.com, a site that combines multimedia with social networking.
Turns out there are more than just viral productions of the political movement variety on Dipdive.com. “DipComedy” features contributions from a plethora of comedians. Sam Riegel is one of those contributors – and his latest piece is gaining a great amount of attention on the Intenets here.
“I’mma Hot Cheeto” is a three-plus minute rap, in which Riegel plays the role of emcee “Tigga Hoods.” Dressed in dark makeup, a black hat, black slacks, and a red golf polo shirt – Riegel parades around a golf course and a music video set with a number of scantily clad women. He rhymesabout being a heartbreaker, over a sample of “Eye Of The Tiger”, outfitted with clips of Woods’ infamous voicemail purchased by US Weekly.
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The video is hosted on Will’s Dipdive site.
“They used to call me Tiger, but now I’m a cheetah, now I’m a cheetah, now-now-I’m a cheetah,” Riegel raps, with seemingly the help of some type of vocoder/autotune.
But is that the only help Riegel used – or is this track in fact produced by Will.I.Am. himself?
“I can neither confirm nor deny anything,” said a coy Riegel, who called in to “The Ralphie Radio Show” earlier this week. This admission came after first denying that Will played any role in the production of the piece. The comedian would not elaborate further.
Surely there is another question that you’re yearning for the answer to: Did “Tigga Hoods” find Tiger Woods’ apology last Friday sincere?
“Yunno, once you play someone in a video, you start to understand them more, you know what I mean Ralphie?” he joked. “When I was ‘Tigga Hoods’ out there on the putting green, getting licked by ladies and felt up… I can identify with the guy.”
National Enquirer senior reporter Alan Butterfield called in to “The Ralphie Radio Show” with his thoughts on Tiger Woods’ apology, which occured Friday morning. Butterfield belives Tiger shouldn’t be lashing out at photographers. He also wonders why his wife Elin doesn’t hide her face from the cameras, or for that matter, her hands – photos have shown that she is not wearing her wedding ring.
The Enquirer published the first story of Woods’ affair, a front page graphic with an article linking him to socialite Rachel Uchitel.
In an interview on “The Ralphie Radio Show”, PR Consultant Rick Cerrone said he would’ve advised Tiger Woods to not place blame on anyone else but himself and not come off angry during any part of the speech, which Woods gave last Friday morning.
Cerrone is the former Senior Director of Media Relations for the New York Yankees. Visit his website here.
Rick Cerrone manned what Sports Illustrated called, “The Hottest Seat in Sports.” As the Yankees’ Senior Director of Media Relations from 1996 through 2006, he worked side by side with some of the biggest names in sports and entertainment. Cerrone checked in to “The RRS” to offer his thoughts on Tiger Woods’ planned appearance with select media on Friday.
Visit Rick’s official website here.
Rick Cerrone manned what Sports Illustrated called, “The Hottest Seat in Sports.” As the Yankees’ Senior Director of Media Relations from 1996 through 2006, he worked side by side with some of the biggest names in sports and entertainment. Cerrone checked in to The RRS to offer his thoughts on Tiger Woods’ indefinite hiatus from golf.
Visit Rick’s official website here.