Pitbull Talks 'Getting Wild' With MTV Spring Break Crowds

The Miami rapper says the Las Vegas spring break revelers are 'doing everything they not supposed to be doing.'

Pitbull put on his best casino-styled suit for MTV's 2011 Spring Break, taking his inspiration from "Sam Rothstein," he said. The Miami rapper channeled Robert DeNiro's "Casino" character and, like a good Las Vegas dealer he knows the house always win.

That's why he's betting the money on things getting wild during his spring-break performance, which is scheduled to air on MTV on Friday (April 1) at 9:50 p.m. ET.

"We about to go out there and show them everything they supposed to be doing on spring break, which is doing everything you not supposed to,"

Pit said during his 2011 Spring Break Performer Diary.

"Jersey Shore" stars Pauly D and Deena were in the house to see Pitbull get loose.

"They getting loose," Pit said about the crowd. "They getting wild, they doing everything they not supposed to be doing, so therefore we came through and did what we had to do."

Pitbull, Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa and Lupe Fiasco made up the MTV Spring Break 2011 lineup, but the "Hotel Room Service" star was the only returning visitor.

He didn't have too much advice for his fellow performers, but recommended that they take a page from the co-eds playbook and go out there and have fun.

"I don't know if there's too many don'ts during spring break — I think it's all about do," Pitbull told MTV News earlier in the week. "Who you doing and how you doing it. If you gonna be up there rocking the crowd, you have to give them that energy, you got to make sure that you send them off so they have an amazing night. They say what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, but I'm from Miami. Whatever happens in Miami never happened!"