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Music Video: Wiggle (feat. Snoop Dogg)

Artisit: Jason Derulo

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2014
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:39

  • Copyright: Jason Derulo

Music Video For Wiggle (feat. Snoop Dogg) By Artist Jason Derulo

Reviews For Wiggle (feat. Snoop Dogg) By Artist Jason Derulo

  • No

    By Shesam997
    Look, we get it you have 6 packs. There's no need to show them like in every video. And people don't like your videos because you keep on talking about sexuality there's nothing new!
  • Bbbbb

    By Ryancanuel
    WORST SONG EVER!!!!!!! Wast of your money
  • Wiggle Wiggle

    By Shana Taylor
    Amazing Video! Jason's album is so good that I can't stop listening :-) keep it up! There's no place to go but up from here!!
  • Wiggle

    By Nsknixknxmxmns ndjdbshund
    Its a great song
  • DOPE!

    By AsapShorty
    No more words. just wiggle.
  • Fine

    By A$$ULTPRO
    I'm only really rating this to see how many overprotective mothers r on here leaving comments bad mouthing a video that's just fine. The song is fine like really, cmon. Lol
  • Nice

    By Glamorous chik
    I love this song
  • C'mon guys...

    By chickensandwichpatient0
    This is supposed to make you LAUGH. It's funny, and it's probably a big joke. Right?!?!?!
  • Please Snoop

    By BradleyHauge
    Thank God Snoop saved this song, between this and Hangover he must be really desperate!!
  • :)

    By Girl plzz stop
    Love it;)

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