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Note to Ziggy Wilf: Don't do this...

It's an advertising stunt we'll probably never see Vikings owner Ziggy Wilf take part in: A rapping commercial for Papa John's pizza. That didn't stop Dallas Cowboy's owner Jerry Jones from attempting it, though.
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It's an advertising stunt we'll probably never see Vikings owner Ziggy Wilf take part in: A rapping commercial for Papa John's pizza. That didn't stop Dallas Cowboy's owner Jerry Jones from attempting it, though.

On second thought, how about Ziggy Wilf doing a rapping spot for his separated-at-birth pal, Dick Enrico? Just thinking out loud...

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