Know what "BRRR Abado" means? Us neither. Which is why I would love to be a courtroom observer when M.O.P.'s case against WWE wrestler and wanna-be rapper John Cena goes to trial. M.O.P. claims that Cena's entrance song not only sounds too close to their party anthem "Ante Up," but that he used their patented nonsensical babblistic phrase "BRRR Abado." And for all of this, they are seeking $150,000 and the utmost destruction of Cena's song "My Time Is Now." My opinion? This is stupid and no one really cares, except M.O.P who must be really hard pressed for cash to only be asking for $150,000. If they win, that paltry $150,000 will get whittled down to them only having enough for a 12 piece "fried hard." You know what I mean. After the jump, our favorite reappropriation of this song that flooded our inboxes for weeks after its release.