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The Ronnie Pickering DMX mashup is brilliant

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Yes, Ronnie Pickering, the UK's latest road rage sensation is back, and he's badder than ever, deftly remixed into a song by rapper DMX.

In case you missed it - and how could you? It's Ronnie Pickering! - a scooter driver in Hull filmed a man sat in car asking him for a fight. What made it even funnier was that 1) his unresponsive wife in the passenger seat stared blankly ahead while all this way going on, and 2) the man kept matter-of-factly telling the man who he was. Ronnie Pickering! 

If anything, it was hilariously British, and now, remixed to the sounds of DMX’s What’s My Name, the 51-year-old amateur fisherman duly answers, getting increasingly peeved every time.

Where the hood at? Hull apparently.

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