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Miami rapper, Flo Rida was shooting a video on Miami Beach this past Friday for "Sugar." The song is from his new album R.O.O.T.S. (Routes of Overcoming The Struggle), available in stores now.
Usually at a video shoot, you don't see the actual stars. You see the
grip men, the cable dudes, the director, all of the assistant
directors, the camera crew, etc. So this episode of Prunk TV is about the dancers. Everyone on the set kept referring to them as the 'Suga Girls.' There were also two women standing alone in the corner looking bored as hell. When I asked who they were they told me that they were from Manchester, England, and that they had won some sort of contest. They were flown to Miami, they got to hang around the set all day, and they got to meet Flo Rida. I guess DJ Khaled is right: We Global!