Dolly Parton To Record A Hip Hop Rap Album With The Fa Shizzle Ma Nizzle Chumpz

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Monday, 11 November 2013

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Dolly is excited about recording her very first rap album. (Photo provided by Vice-President Joe Biden).

NASHVILLE - Dolly Parton has been performing ever since she was in her teens and now at the age of 67, she shows no signs of hanging up her microphone or even slowing down.

Dolly recently performed a three hour concert at The Crop Rotation Convention Center in Waterloo, Iowa. The crowd absolutely loved her as evidenced by the five encores she gave the audience.

Backstage she met with Calcutta Cotton of Music Moments Magazine. Miss Cotton asked about the rumor that she had been intimate with Russell Brand at the prestigious Ooh La La Hotel in New Orleans.

Dolly giggled and said that it must have been some other Dolly Parton because she hasn't stayed at The Ooh La La since Valentine's Day of 2001.

She also pointed out that she has never met Russell Brand and has only seen him one time when he appeared on The Viagra View.

Cotton then asked her if it was true that she was going to be recording a hip hop album with the rap band The Fa Shizzle Ma Nizzle Chumpz.

Dolly giggled again and replied that it was true. She had talked to band member Tyrone "Bongo" Bonatelli who happens to be's cousin and they worked out the details.

SIDENOTE: Dolly remarked that she has written two of the songs that her and the band will record on the album. One song is titled "We All Be Bosom Buddies" and "M.C. Ain't Gonna Be Touchin' These."

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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