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“So, to paraphrase Salt-n-Pepa, let's talk about race, baby!”
“Wendy Williams (the original DJ Spinderella for Salt-n-Pepa) was a wildly popular radio host, and now has one of the most highly rated talk shows on television.”
“We checked with Salt-n-Pepa and they said they're cool like that.”
“Ordered to sing a lame disco tune for a school assembly, the glee-club members, on the theory that "sex sells," decide to perform instead a throbbing Salt-n-Pepa number called "Push It," with clumsy dance moves that nevertheless leave no doubt as to the theme.”
“Only once that night did the whole place erupt and that was during the tribute to the ladies of Hip Hop featuring -- MC Lyte, Yo-Yo, The Lady of Rage, Salt-n-Pepa and Spinderella.”
“Salt-n-Pepa particularly turned it out when they performed "Whatta Man" with gigantic and beautiful images of Barack and Michelle Obama on the video screens above.”
“We're ready for "reality television" to mean something more than the latest episode of "The Salt-n-Pepa show.”
“This Nextel thing with the guys dancing around to Salt-n-Pepa makes me laugh real hard whenever I see it.”
“Ice-T, Salt-n-Pepa and the film, "Boyzn the Hood" -- all being honored by VH1 in terms of your impact, not only in hip-hop, but in the world of entertainment.”
“When she was 10, she and a friend formed a rap group, Sweet 'n' Sour - Ms. Winehouse was Sour - that she later described as "the little white Jewish Salt-n-Pepa.”
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