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Remember that whole web-generated prank (we mean "campaign") where writer David Thorpe helped a Walmart nestled in the remote location of Kodiak, Alaska win a visit from Cuban-American dynamo Pitbull by garnering the most "likes" on Facebook? Well, Thorpe was on hand for the event, which took place on July 30, but not on Walmart's dime. Turns out the generous Pit himself paid for Thorpe to attend.
They don't call him Mr. Worldwide for nothing. Despite the influence of some online pranksters, Pitbull is honoring his agreement to perform in the city whose Walmart page received the most Facebook likes. That means he's packing his bags for Kodiak, Alaska, a remote town accessible only by boat or plane. Best of all, the rapper is embracing his trip to the 49th state and has invited the pranksters to join him there.
It's looks like Pitbull will have to swap his swim trunks for a winter coat because he could be headed to Alaska. Thirteen days ago, a Walmart contest on Facebook began which promised to send the international rapper to the "most-liked" store in the United States. This prompted an online prank to send him to a Walmart in Kodiak, Alaska -- and a subsequent campaign from his hometown of Miami to keep him in the 305.