Cary Cavender. The video was made by elementary school kids and has more than 16 million views on YouTube. The music video is from ; it helped to skyrocket the popularity of spicy snacks. That's about our first question now: Are you addicted to Hot Cheetos and Takis? Hot chips? Many of the young patients have inflammation and stomach pain, such as gastritis. Rene Atkins said her year-old daughter was addicted to the chips. Atkins said her daughter experienced the problems firsthand. The expert says whatever the brand, eat spicy snacks on rare occasions. One reason: There are dealers at school who sell little Ziploc bags of the snacks.
At Last, ‘Hot Cheetos and Takis’ Is the Jam We’ve Been Searching For All Summer
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O n paper, it sounds like your average hip-hop video: a posse of rappers hanging outside a corner food mart, rhyming about their vices. On YouTube, though -- where the clip has attracted more than 1 million views in a week and a half -- the song by north Minneapolis' Y. They stay biting like, Where them mosquitoes at? Another, Prefix, called it "the song of the summer. While the snacks at the center of the song aren't exactly nutritious, school staff and the parents of the budding rap stars believe the project provided nourishing lessons on creativity and teamwork. Alicia Johnson, director of the North Community YMCA's center, said the young hitmakers and their parents "have been blown away by the phenomenal response. To put it in hip-hop terms, the track is slammin'. One of its pint-sized MCs, Damian Jones -- who goes by the rapper name Dame Jones -- hollers at the start: "I'm with my crew, and we gonna show y'all what we've been snacking on. RichKids bouncing and breakdancing for five minutes around the song's fast-flowing, sternly delivered lyrics. Minneapolis rapper and educator Toki Wright applauded the quality of the song and video, and had especially high praise for the Beats and Rhymes program.
One of the many snacks Wendy shares with us is her flamin’ hot, deep fried avocados. ????????
Not only does she love to eat these spicy chips on their own, she also likes to create different snacks and dishes that center around these chips. And by the looks of it, these snacks are fire. The special touch to this spicy seafood appetizer is the lemon. Otherwise, you can dip the shrimp into a sauce of your choice. Even though the ramen already has a spicy sauce of its own, Wendy adds a sprinkle of Hot Cheetos as the special touch.
A health warning tonight for parents. Local doctors say one of the most popular snacks in Mid-South stores is making many kids sick. They believe the spicy snacks are the main contributor, and they are encouraging parents to know what their kids are eating. That's about our first question now…Are you addicted to Hot Cheetos and Takis? Hot chips?