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- Posted on Feb 5th 2008 12:00PM by James Sullivan
Once upon a time Ice's interest in resealable containers was limited to the full-body 'Ziplock' variety. But even then, back in '91, the O.G. from South Central was rapping about kicking a little flavor. Clearly, even as he was threatening to put bodies in bags, he was slowly but surely becoming domesticated. Hey, his next album was 'Home Invasion.'
Proceeds from the first-ever "Tupper-Bowl" party will go to the Boys & Girls Club of America. The host and hostess with the most and mostess happily compared notes about the glories of the burping seal with a few hundred of their closest fellow Tupperware enthusiasts, including New Jersey Nets' Vince Carter and Ice's fellow 'Law & Order: SVU' stars Adam Beach and B.D. Wong. The rapper-turned-actor pulled off one of his best performances when he declared, straight-faced, "Tupperware unites us all. Tupperware's going to save the world."
Plastics: it's an East Coast-West Coast thing. Because Wu-Tang, as we all know, keep it fresh like Tupperware.