Anyone who’s a regular here at For Reading Addicts will know that we LOVE the Epic Rap Battles of History, a video series featuring famous and literary characters from history. We’ve featured several of these rap battles on the page and today we have the ultimate in wizardry with the Gandalf Vs Dumbledore, Epic Rap Battle!
It’s a little over two minutes of hilarity, who has the best beard, who has the best friends? Watch and laugh and then you decide, who won the epic rap battle!
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