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The family — Penn and Kim Holderness of Raleigh, N.C. and their children Lola, 6, and Penn Charles, 3 — rap and sing along to a song called, 'Christmas Jammies.' The tune is a parody of Will Smith's 'Miami.'
A North Carolina family is going viral for a unique and hilarious version of their annual Christmas card.
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In fact, the holiday greeting posted on YouTube last week isn't so much a card as it is a music video.
The family — Penn and Kim Holderness of Raleigh, N.C. and their children Lola, 6, and Penn Charles, 3 — rap and sing along to a song called, "Christmas Jammies." The tune is a parody of Will Smith's "Miami."
In the video, which had almost a million views as of Tuesday, features each family member in some pretty ridiculous pajamas with their names printed on the front.
Watch the video here