SALT N PEPA'S HERE!

SALT N PEPA'S HERE!

by Alyssa Rose April 12, 2018 0 Comments

The Mets are 10-1, and the Salt & Pepper celly has taken NYC by storm. Lifelong Mets fan Vinu Potti, his wife, Candace Jablonski, and their son, Niyam, included.

Listen, I'm a 28-year-old, single girl with -- much to my father's dismay -- no future children in sight. So if I see a cute AF baby Mets fan in a dancing video, my ovaries are basically going to explode, and I'm going to watch it no less than 50 consecutive times. Huge shout out to Vinu and Candace for blessing my timeline with this.

Fun fact about Vinu: when he was four-years-old, his dad got him a Mets jacket that he held on to and plans to hand down to Niyam as soon as he's big enough. Here's hoping we see a lot more videos of this fun, dancing family until and after that happens!




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