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Thursday, August 15, 2013

Twitter Litter: Nelly Eats Cheerios, Rhett Miller Visits Ohio, Miley Kisses a Dog

Posted By on Thu, Aug 15, 2013 at 11:30 AM

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Getting your celebrity gossip from "TMZ" is soooooo 2009, dude. Each Thursday in "Twitter Litter," RFT Music rounds up the week's best meltdowns, ego battles and WTFness from rockers, rappers and DJs who aren't afraid of a little hashtag action. It's time to take out the trash.

YOU GUYS! We're going to dispense with the pleasantries and get right to the week's biggest news from Twitter: Nelly (@nelly_mo) is in a commercial! For Honey Nut Cheerios! With an animated bee! TO WHOM HE OFFERS A MAKEOVER AND THEN AUTOTUNES LIKE A BOSS!

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We're totally going to add "You mean my honey wand?" and "Bee got swag" to our daily utterances. Visit Gut Check for more scoop on Nelly's sweet new Cheerios gig.

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Old 97's frontman Rhett Miller (@rhettmiller) is visiting his wife's family in Ohio and hilariously livetweeting the entire thing. Some of us here at RFT Music are from the Buckeye State, so we're excited (and somewhat embarrassed) to tell you that everything Miller has been tweeting is accurate:

Burping and bitching about the Browns complete the triathlon.

Just don't play in the dark. Trust us.

Unless you weigh at least 230 lbs., you're just not healthy.

Other popular photo pose options: flashing boobs, licking the ear of your companion or flipping off the camera. Pro tip: Do this stuff while riding the Magnum. The photo people there are most lenient about letting you buy your illicit pics.

And not the expensive kind of fish pee, either. #sadface

Because Ohio, dude. Because Ohio.

Continue for some human-animal tongue action.

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