Watch: Lil Debbie—”Bake A Cake”

Sometimes the absurd is just as entertaining as the non-absurd. Or at least that’s the angle that Lil’ Debbie—and the entire White Girl Mob, for that matter—has been taking throughout her musical career. The release of her latest music video “Bake a Cake” does little to dissuade public opinion. In it, you can see the bay area rapper, who is coincidentally the sister of Kreayshawn, embody the height and excess of wealth with references to France’s Palace of Versailles and Marie Antoinette. I guess she deserves some credit, though, for being able to draw parallels between the 18th century and the 21st and for investing what looks to be a lot of time and money into the video’s production. Not to mention that the beat, which is produced by Nik Nikateen, is a monster of beat that allows anything that Lil Debbie says sound good. Still, the young artist does a good job of complementing the musical production, even if that means saying less. Check out the video above and judge for yourself.

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[via Complex]

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