Ebonics II vs Ebonics I

Kroger was celebrating something the other day with a parking lot cookout.  As I walked by, I heard a customer say. “Where your prices is?”  He said this three times before being corrected by someone else, “You mean, where your prices ARE.”  Am I the only one who knows the correct grammar for this sentence is “Where your prices be at?”

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