Video: Moonie (of L.E.P. Bogus Boys) feat. Ray J – Hood Girl

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  • cream

    i love this video!!! thats a good look for chicago 106 and park hey na lets get it!

  • Anon

    This aint that bad actually.

  • WHO?

    Moonie has really come into his own.
    MUCH SUCCESS.

  • pinky

    nice 🙂

  • 79th st

    CHEAP VIDEO??NEEDS BETTA DIRECTOR CHEAP EDIT SONG 2 GOOD 4 DAT AND WHR DA HOOD GIRLS WTF DIS SHIT SUPA LAME

  • Rae Nimeh

    Congrats to E and the boys, ive always said yall are the hardest grinding mfrs out there and its paying off, keep it up.Thanks for another notch in the belt im glad i was of help and im always here for yall.

  • Camp

    The song ok but this video look real cheesy. Who directed this? And Ray J corny as shit. He jump on anybody hook for 10 stacks

  • why the city cant grow because hate

    hey camp i bet my life you dont have 10stacks for nothing ,just another faggot looking to speak his gay mind these dudes made it to the big screen what are you doing congrads moonie and the bogusboys family you showing the haters up now they cant keep saying you gentle men are local not that it matters but there mouths are wide open to the floor.

  • Spinna

    If you call getting on 106park “making it to the big screen” that shows how goofy yo dumb ass is. A lotta local artists make it to 106park. The video was garbage nicca. And as far as Ray J go google his lame ass on Worldstar and look and see how many local artists this nicca do songs with. He broke so he get money wherever he can goofy

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