3OH!3 inspires kid to take a bite out of a Big Apple store

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Here's what we know about Nicholi White: He's fourteen-years-old. His birthday is January 26. He's a middle schooler that lives in Harlem, New York. He's a self-described entertainer, which means he performs and acts. And, most importantly, he's just this side of AWESOME!

Anyone who films himself shamelessly groovin' to a 3OH!3 song in a crowded Apple Store in the, um, Big Apple, completely oblivious to the array of onlookers, deserves massive props. Oh, and not just from us, either. My man caught the attention of Nat Motte from 3OH!3: "This kid fucking RULES.." reads his Tweet this morning. "Does anybody know who he is???" No, but can you say viral?

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