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A good roasting hasn't caused a meltdown at Boston's new wax museum.Still, Pelletz said even the imperfect statues are works of art that take months to create.The jeers have targeted only a small fraction of the museum's 101 wax models of musicians, actors and historical figures.Brandi Zeitz of nearby Saugus was at the museum with her two sons this week when she stopped cold before a seated statue of rapper Snoop Dogg.Pelletz thinks that might help explain the online hoopla.Still, it has made for a surprising start for the museum, which marks the first foray into the U.S. by a Brazilian company that owns 30 wax museums in Brazil and Mexico.
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