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Vanilla Ice no longer performing at Texas holiday bash

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Vanilla Ice no longer performing at Texas holiday bash

Vanilla Ice no longer performing at Texas holiday bash

Vanilla Ice has backed out of plans to perform at an Independence Day party due to concerns over a spike in coronavirus cases in Austin, Texas.

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