Cajun Coolio Parody Describes Living Life In The ‘Sportsman’s Paradise’ [VIDEO]
A video of recent Coolio parody has gone viral, as it perfectly describes life when you're living in a 'Sportsman's Paradise.'
Facebook user Chris Parfait posted the video to his Facebook page on April 26, and has since gotten over 3,000 shares on his Cajun parody of Coolio's 1995 hit single, 'Gangsta's Paradise.'
Parfait swapped out the haunting strings from the Coolio version and replaced it with an accordian (naturally) as he rapped humorous lyrics describing his life living in South Louisiana. From the opening line of the song, Parfait's 'Sportsman's Paradise' is hilarious.
As I stir my sauce picuante and take a stab at my pot, mais take my temperature cher—it'll say 'hot, hot'
From gumbo and shrimp jambalaya, to nutria rats and late night hangouts at the local Piggly Wiggly—'Sportsman's Paradise' has all the makings of a funny Cajun parody, so have a laugh, and make sure you use those big blue share buttons above the video to show all your friends on Facebook and Twitter.
Now, I'm going to go watch it again.