If not for the puppets, the new FunnyOrDie.com video "Bitches," a posse cut credited to fictional group the Dummiez, might pass for a real hip-hop clip. As curvacious ladies -- model Rosa Acosta among them -- parade around in swimsuits and other skimpy outfits, Busta Rhymes, E-40, JB Smoove and Nick Cannon use the song's titular word over and over -- and over -- again, taking rap misogyny to what they hope is a comedic level. It helps that they appear in the form of gangsta puppets.

Despite being made of felt, the Dummiez get down like flesh-and-blood thugs, chilling poolside and in strip clubs, where they even spank a few rumps. They rhyme about the quantity and variety of ladies they possess, and in arguably the track's funniest line, they brag about having "bitches in the microwave."

Check the video below and let us know what you think. Is it a clever parody or shameless display of T&A no better than the mainstream rap it seeks to parody?

Watch the Dummiez Video for "Bitches"



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