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‘Achy Breaky 2:’ the rap remix

‘Achy Breaky 2:’ the rap remix

ACHY BREAKY REDO: This is just so wrong that it has to be right? Photo: YouTube

This is like a train wreck: you don’t quite understand and you know you shouldn’t watch it, but you just can’t look away.

The 1992 hit by Cyrus – now best known for being Miley’s dad – is transformed with the help of rapper Buck 22, who is the son of R&B star Dionne Warwick, and a bunch of scantily-clad space girls twerking. Also Larry King makes an appearance to introduce the song, because, that makes total sense?

Here’s three minutes of your life you’ll never get back:

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