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Rob Ford Rap Song From Charron Is Crack-A-Lackin (EXPLICIT VIDEO)

05/28/2013 01:15 EDT | Updated 05/28/2013 01:47 EDT

Crack cocaine has inspired rappers since Reagan was in the White House, but a new track on Rob Ford's alleged relationship with the drug is particularly crack-a-lackin.

Ottawa rapper Charron (AKA Corey Charron) imagines what it would be like to smoke crack with the mayor in the song released on YouTube. Fair warning that the lyrics are explicit.

The track manages to be hilarious, sad and scathing all at once and contains a number of memorable rhymes. The best?

READ THE LYRICS (Explicit)

"I’m waiting to hallucinate/ You smoke so much crack, how come you ain’t losing weight?

"Did you ask a hooker for a threesome?/ Used to be a councillor, now you need to see one."

"You’re a fuckin’ idiot, it’s time for you to know this/ Oh shit, put that inside your pipe and smoke it"

"You’re supposed to rep the city, have you lost your brain?/ You brought Toronto shame like the last Boston game"

"Has anyone told you you look like Chris Farley?"

It should be noted that Ford has vehemently denied that he smokes crack.

"I do not use crack cocaine," Ford told a news conference at Toronto City Hall in response to allegations he was caught on a smartphone video smoking illicit drugs from a glass pipe. "Nor am I an addict of crack cocaine," the mayor said.

Ford has also denied the video exists, despite detailed accounts by reporters with The Toronto Star and Gawker who claim they've watched it.

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Twitter Loves Rob Ford Rap

For now, the video on YouTube is static and features the photo of Ford with three young men, one of whom has since been killed. The photo was given to the Toronto Star by the man who allegedly tried to facilitate the sale of the video. Charron tweeted Tuesday that a full video for his rap will be released Sunday.

Charron made headlines earlier this year by winning the Freestyle Fridays competition on BET's "106 and Park" after making a name for himself on the battle rap circuit.

He certainly has some skills. Charron wrote and recorded the rap in just one hour, according to Canada.com.

If you want to hear more, check out Charron's new mixtape Bath Salts & Vinegar.

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