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It’s a sad day for snack food junkies. Hostess is going out of business, which means treasured treat like Twinkies, Ho Hos and Ding Dongs are going to be a wrap. Rappers have long been junk food fanboys and Hostess products have crept into his lyrics. 

Are peeps at The Urban Daily put together a list of lyrical references to sweets treats. They caught the late, great Notorious B.I.G. rapping, “N*ggas know they soft like a Twinkie filling/Playing the villain, prepare for this rap killing,” on “The What.” But they did miss MF DOOM (as Viktor Vaughn) rhyming, “One week she stepped to him like a Slinky, yo’/Wig like a mink skin, soft like Twinkie dough,” on “Mr. Clean.”

Check out who made the rhyme cut at The Urban Daily.


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