I'm not really sure how this beef started but the battle of the "oddly looking white guys" has officially started. For some odd reason took a shot at 'Slim Jesus' and I think this will make an epic war. Honestly I think this will be one sided.
When it it comes to Hip Hop NWA is easily the most influential group, and I don't see another group coming close to what they did as far as influence, plus it was so organic, and everything now seems kind of forced.
Hulk Hogan was a national icon who has done a lot for the entertainment business. He was/is literally the face of wrestling and it seemed like he could do no wrong.The only thing he could do wrong was go on a racial outburst. But that would never happen, right?
It seemed like when Drake dissed Meek Mill the entire hip hop world waited forever (which was really only about a week) for Mill to return the favor.
When the song was finally released (Wanna Know) it pretty much flopped and everyone crowned Drake as the winner.
I recently heard some good news from the city of Flint. There are two vacant lots behind my house that I have been asking about for over a year and last week they told me I can buy them if I want for SUPER CHEAP!! My immediate concern was with the extra land being added to my house how will I be able to cut such a large lot?
Everyone knows that I am a huge wrestling fan, and if you are a wrestling fan then you know the alpha dog of wrestling is Hulk Hogan. All of my life I've been a Hulkamaniac and respected Hogan but unfortunately I found out he doesn't think much of me.
It seems like within the last week bad news has been following the world of sports entertainment A.K.A. wrestling. It seems like wrestling icon Hulk Hogan has done everything in his power to unintentionally give wrestling a bad name. On the the flip side wrestling superstar John Cena is known for doing great deeds and all kinds of charity work.
It seems like whenever you hear "Flint" it is always something negative, and it always seems to involve some kind of separation of people especially when you it comes to rap music. Everybody is trying t get to the top and will do anything against their companion rather than help them out.
It seems like being an NBA player is very difficult. First off, you get to do what you love to do all day everyday, and when you go out in public people hound you because they respect you and find you unique. This is a killer for me, you are actually invited to parties AND they will pay you to come out, waving the cover charge and the promoters will give you all the drinks you want for free. On the flipside they will overcharge their customers at the door so they can see you.
Late last year I remember any where that you looked on social media all you would see were videos of superstar Randy Orton doing his signature move "RKO' on any and everyone. Now that trend is over it seems like someone has made a video of Superman vs. Randy Orton, where Randy Orton gives an RKO to everyone once again in Superman vs. Randy Orton Dawn of the RKO.
It is clearly obvious that Hip Hop has crossed over into the mainstream. You pretty much see Hip Hop everywhere you go, from TV commercials, sports, movies, fast food advertisement even in the White House. But this has to take the cake.
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