Charlie Puth Performs An Explicit 'See You Again' Parody for the Stern Show's Robin Quivers

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Last week Robin Quivers celebrated her birthday and the Stern Show personality was in for a treat when singer Charlie Puth famous for his song "See You Again" featuring Wiz Khalifa, performed an explicit parody of the track just for her.

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We all know that Puth can "Marvin Gaye and get it on," after all he sang about it in his duet with Meghan Trainor.

Today he was asked to get a little more explicit with the new parody of "See You Again," the smash hit from the "Furious 7" soundtrack.

"Howard said while they were away the guys put together a song parody for Robin," according to MarksFriggin.

"Howard said the guys were working on the song and Charlie Puth shows up for a tour. He said he's a big fan of the show and Will asked if he wanted to record the song they were doing because it was his song.

Howard said Charlie did the song for them so this is the real guy singing the song. Howard played the parody about Robin's birthday."

If you want to hear the explicit track check out the video below from the Stern Show.

Watch Charlie Puth's explicit "See You Again" parody below.