A Ding Dong is a chocolate cake produced and distributed in the United States by Hostess Brands and in Canada from Saputo Incorporated under the name King Dons; in some U.S. markets, it was previously known as Big Wheels. The Ding Dong has been produced since 1967, with the exception of a brief period in 2013. It is round with a flat top and bottom, close to three inches in diameter and slightly taller than an inch, similar in shape and size to a hockey puck. A white creamy filling is injected into the center and a thin coating of chocolate glaze covers the cake. The Ding Dong was originally wrapped in a square of thin aluminum foil, enabling it to be carried in lunches without melting the chocolate glaze.
About Ding Dong
Dancehall reggae artist and dancer turned DJ who founded the dancing syndicate Ravers Clavers. He would put out notable songs called "Bad Man Forward / Bad Man Pull Up," "Fling" and "Genna Bounce."
His father gave him the nickname of Ding Dong as a pet name. His father passed when he was just 3 years old.
Along with music, he developed a passion for football. He was previously a part of the Flatbush Dance crew.
He was born to parents Denise Bennett and Ferdinand Ottey as Kemar Christopher Dwaine Ottey. He became a father of two sons.
He and ISHAWNA are both dancehall reggae artists.
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