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'Hip Hop Cops' Video Goes Viral

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The Rosenberg Police Department in Rosenberg, Texas released this video on their Facebook page last week, and it's got a lot of attention! In an effort to "humanize" their officers and show they're are also friends of the community, the department released this video showing officers Aerial Ronell and Ranell Roy in their police car turning on and lip synching to Katy Perry's hit song "Dark Horse."

If you can't see the video above, or if you're on a mobile device, click the YouTube link directly here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jatkYH3mDtQ

The video has received over a million views on YouTube already. What do you think? Will they get backlash for this, or do you think this is a great move for the police department? Please leave your comments on the story linked here on FOX 11's Facebook page.

This article was originally posted on FOX 11 Los Angeles website on June 17, 2014.
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