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VANILLA ICE LIVES

Vanilla Ice was speeding at 95 mph in a 55 mph zone, lost control of the vehicle causing it to roll several times on Interstate 80 before hitting the center lane divider. The report said while initial findings did not show alcohol or drugs as the cause of the accident, toxicology reports will be performed.

News of Vanilla Ice’s death and “awakening” have spread across the rap and hip-hop communities.  “Vanilla Ice? I thought he was dead already,” reportedly said Dr. Dre.

Vanilla Ice, who released the hit song “Ice Ice Baby” in 1990, most recently made a cameo in an Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg movie, “That’s My Boy,” which hit theaters June 15.

He has no plans to die in the future.

7 thoughts on “VANILLA ICE LIVES”

  1. its all lies same like the s.a man who tryed to fool the word saying he was the maskandi artist but all lies and he was trying to run out of fought

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