Looks like the "Party Rockin" will not be ending anytime soon.
LMFAO have fired back at a recent New York Post report that the Grammy-nominated duo were on the verge of a breakup over money made from their chart-topping singles. On Monday, the group released a video on RedFoo's YouTube page rebutting all reports that the bandmates were hanging up their party hats.
The clip starts off with Sky Blu, clad in a spiked bedazzled jacket, telling the audience, "Sky Blu back! I feel good, man." Soon after, he is joined by RedFoo, his uncle, who is holding a copy of Thursday's New York Post.
"You see the stuff they wrote in the New York Post? The crazy stuff, let me read it to you," RedFoo said. Yet, before he could read the report, Sky Blu grabs the paper and the two begin to fight for it. The two go back and forth until they join together dancing and shred the paper while proclaiming, "Every day we're tusslin', " referring to "Party Rock Anthem" and the Post headline, "Duo: Every day I'm tusslin'."
They went on to promote their upcoming 26-date summer tour, RedFoo and Cherrytree Present: Sorry for Party Rocking Tour Featuring LMFAO and the Party Rock Crew and Special Guests, which kicks off May 22 in Columbus Ohio. Those special guests include Far East Movement, the Quest Crew, Sidney Samson, Eva Simons and Natalia Kills. The tour will mark the return of Sky Blu, who had suffered from a severe back injury, which forced him to miss some tour dates.
LMFAO recently performed for the first time on "American Idol," where they energized the crowd with an electrifying performance of "Sorry for Party Rocking."
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