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Yes, it's fine in American English. I have a non-standard theory of this change, according to which it is an assimilation in obstruency of the "palatal" glide of "you" to a preceding coronal obstruent. That is [j] -> [ʒ] after alveolar or palato-alveolar obstruent. Please understand that syllable onset [j] in English is actually not a palatal, but rather ...
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