Confused Grandmas Keep Tagging Themselves as Grandmaster Flash

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— -- quicklist:1 title: Confused Grandmas Keep Tagging Themselves as Grandmaster Flash text: May be this will help Grandmaster Flash sell more albums?

Because of Facebook's auto-tagging feature, many grandmas are accidentally tagging themselves Grandmaster Flash. A tumblr blog is documenting the phenomenon.

"It's true I get a lot of posts from Grandmas," Grandmaster Flash wrote on his official Facebook page. "Hilarious now I know why --- Respect Grandma and Grandpa. P.S. This is Hip Hop!"

Who knows - he may pick up a new demographic out of all this.

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