Bar Mitzvah boy does a rap with NBA star Shaquille O’NealBy Mason White 11:37 AM February 22, 2013
By: David Ross
(Scroll down for video) A Jewish Bar Mitzvah boy made a rap video which included bigwigs like NBA star Shaquille O’Neal and Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed.
The rap is a parody of the song “Welcome to Atlanta” by Jermaine Dupri and Ludacris.
The rap was done by Daniel Blumen, as a Bar Mitzvah video invitation, inviting guest to his upcoming Bar Mitzvah.
The video features NBA star Shaquille O’Neal who holds a sign saying: “To my lil rapper D, Mazel Tov!”
In the video, Blumen, is also seen “hanging out” with Mayor Kasim Reed, in his city hall office.
The video became an instant hit.
The rap, is done by the soon-to-be Bar Mitzvah boy Daniel Blumen,
who is the son of Atlanta lawyers Rick and Liz Blumen, who seem to be well connected, allowing their son the opportunity to meet with the rich and famous.
The video features shots from Atlanta hot spots like World of Coca-Cola, the TNT studios, Turner Field, and Fernbank Museum of Natural History.
From his rap lyrics in the video it seems like the Bar Mitzvah will be one fun night which will last till the next morning.
“Thirteen years since I was born, and the party won’t stop ’til Sunday morn,” he raps.
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