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"Thank you NYC, birthplace of hip hop, for Tekashi 69"


          

I thought Papoose was the height of the art form until this creation. You all should be proud of yourselves.

  

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Blame LA for exporting b-doggery
Apr 13th 2018
1
Not on the radio in any of those places
Apr 13th 2018
2
      Dipset is one of our national treasures. #neverforget.
Apr 13th 2018
3
      you dissed Dipset and Papoose
Apr 14th 2018
59
New York we gave you crowded platforms. You're welcome
Apr 13th 2018
4
gotdamn that looks terrible
Apr 13th 2018
6
That's before they shut the L down. Gonna be so much worse.
Apr 13th 2018
7
      bwahaha... ah, the smells of NYC, I def don't miss this part of it
Apr 13th 2018
9
Oh hayull naw...I'll never complain about MARTA ever again
Apr 13th 2018
8
That one lady in that pic is GLARING at us, bro
Apr 14th 2018
62
New York we gave you Donald Trump. You're welcome.
Apr 13th 2018
5
diversity b. its been a while since hip hop has had a flavor rainbow
Apr 13th 2018
10
sorry to inform you, Tekashi would be the same if he was from Wyoming
Apr 13th 2018
11
if he was from wyoming he'd be a nobody
Apr 13th 2018
12
right? if he was from Wyoming he would get clowned thrice as hard
Apr 13th 2018
13
lol @ plugged in. if you mean having wifi, sure
Apr 13th 2018
22
Not true. The Latino & Chicano numbers are growing in NYC
Apr 13th 2018
16
      Let's think of another city with Chicanos, Puerto Ricans, and
Apr 13th 2018
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      Puerto Ricans & Mexicans do NOT have hip-hop cred in Chicago tho
Apr 13th 2018
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           I don't understand
Apr 13th 2018
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                Just watch a Tekashi video, then watch a Stiches video
Apr 13th 2018
28
                     A very NY-centric view
Apr 13th 2018
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                          Oh you mean DJ Khaled who started with "Terror Squad"???
Apr 13th 2018
36
                               Same way French got put on by Akon?
Apr 13th 2018
40
                                    If you know your stuff, then you KNOW how French really got his start
Apr 13th 2018
47
                                         Eh my half Mexican homie from SD / uptown is very invested in the
Apr 13th 2018
48
                                              The half Mexican half PR "Blood" rapper is an NYC story
Apr 13th 2018
50
                                                   RE: The half Mexican half PR "Blood" rapper is an NYC story
Apr 13th 2018
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                                                   I had to look dude up, but his story seems to indicate you agree with me
Apr 13th 2018
52
                                                   Dis shit here:
Apr 13th 2018
53
      you cant lump Mero, Cardi B and Tekashi 69 together
Apr 13th 2018
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           I'm from here, and I still live here. Tekashi couldn't have any cred if...
Apr 13th 2018
25
                Mero is the only one you named whose shtick revolves around NY
Apr 13th 2018
57
Thank You Brooklyn
Apr 13th 2018
14
"the emergence of gangs in NYC"
Apr 13th 2018
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      I meant bloods and crips..
Apr 13th 2018
18
           Where is Tru Life now
Apr 13th 2018
19
                Got out of jail a year ago and is laying low.
Apr 13th 2018
24
people just skate over the fact dude is a convicted child molester.
Apr 13th 2018
21
I thought he expalined the issue on the Breakfast Club?
Apr 13th 2018
32
this is what youre going with?
Apr 13th 2018
34
I just like using facts - eh
Apr 13th 2018
35
      dude and his friends molested a 13 yr old on video.
Apr 13th 2018
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           That's horrible. I don't know the particulars accept what he said on
Apr 13th 2018
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                yeah he also said he never even touched the girl.
Apr 13th 2018
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                     Got, dis is how you get GOT(C)MightyMos
Apr 13th 2018
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                     That pic is not evidence of a crime IMO.. Looks eh, not good but..
Apr 14th 2018
65
2Pac wasn't a sexual abuser, though. He took the charge
Apr 13th 2018
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      We know all of this. You missed the whole point
Apr 14th 2018
64
Honest question: was his representation of that on the Breakfast
Apr 13th 2018
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      if it wasnt accurate we'd def know by now. esp in this era.
Apr 13th 2018
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      the public filing of the case disputes his record. we already know lol.
Apr 13th 2018
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      she was 13 at the time. dude rounded up lol.
Apr 13th 2018
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           chester the child molester
Apr 17th 2018
73
crying laughing at all the NYC ppl like NOPE NAH dont blame him on us
Apr 13th 2018
27
This is NYC's interpretation of what the fuck YALL are into
Apr 13th 2018
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      TRey...that doesnt help your argument at all lol
Apr 13th 2018
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      I'm just here to help people work through their real issues lol
Apr 13th 2018
45
      Hasn't this been NYC hip hop since the Bad Boy era?
Apr 14th 2018
61
           My ninja said "Takeisha".....I'm DYIN!
Apr 14th 2018
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What happen to letting kids like Tekashi 69 cook?
Apr 13th 2018
30
same thing that's happening with him.
Apr 13th 2018
39
Is "let _____ cook" the 2018 version of "stop hating?"
Apr 16th 2018
69
Man listen, if dude get got, I have no tears.
Apr 13th 2018
46
You made a post about him. Tekashi should thank YOU.
Apr 13th 2018
49
This is just another example of NYC co-signing on garbage music
Apr 14th 2018
58
      show me on the doll where New York touched you
Apr 14th 2018
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           Right here:
Apr 15th 2018
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papoose can actually rap, how is he thrown into this b.s.?
Apr 15th 2018
67
im damn near 100% convinced all this beef shit is marketing.
Apr 16th 2018
68
these voiceovers be killing me.
Apr 16th 2018
70
Drippin !
Apr 17th 2018
71
this dude makes Troy Ave look like Scarface
Apr 17th 2018
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fam they brought the original studio gangster spice 1 into this shit lol
Apr 18th 2018
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Waaaait. Huh? Spice 1, studio gangsta??
Apr 19th 2018
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...
Apr 19th 2018
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      never knew he was tagged as a studio gangsta
Apr 19th 2018
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           Spice getting exposed by Pooh Man was a big deal back then
Apr 19th 2018
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Dude drinking salignac in a Warriors jacket
Apr 19th 2018
77
He need ta just gwan 'n take a shit.
Apr 19th 2018
78
Apparently he and Adrien Broner have beef now...
Apr 19th 2018
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T Reynolds
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1. "Blame LA for exporting b-doggery"
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Fri Apr-13-18 07:15 AM by T Reynolds

  

          

Blame the South for face tats
Blame Chicago for drill music

I'll think of more

  

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2. "Not on the radio in any of those places"
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The stardom of this character exists on the airwaves from Edison to New Haven.

Congrats, y’all created another regional embarrassment. DDDDDDDIPPPSET!

  

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3. "Dipset is one of our national treasures. #neverforget."
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59. "you dissed Dipset and Papoose"
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you dont have to like them
to deny their talents is delusional

  

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4. "New York we gave you crowded platforms. You're welcome"
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https://www.reddit.com/r/nyc/comments/8bsfkc/saw_this_photo_on_twitter_today_sadly_it_reflects/

  

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6. "gotdamn that looks terrible"
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shut up already, damn

  

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7. "That's before they shut the L down. Gonna be so much worse."
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Homegirl's face says it all right here
https://imgur.com/q8LeG4n

  

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9. "bwahaha... ah, the smells of NYC, I def don't miss this part of it"
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shut up already, damn

  

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8. "Oh hayull naw...I'll never complain about MARTA ever again"
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62. "That one lady in that pic is GLARING at us, bro"
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I'm creeped out, lol. That's all I see now.

  

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5. "New York we gave you Donald Trump. You're welcome."
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https://i.imgur.com/U80UEfG.jpg

  

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10. "diversity b. its been a while since hip hop has had a flavor rainbow"
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pun intentional.

let lil homie cook. He wont be around next year.

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11. "sorry to inform you, Tekashi would be the same if he was from Wyoming"
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the face tattoos are Lil Wayne's influence

the multi-colored hair is a product of oneupmanship, he has to look crazier than the last big rapper who looked crazy because that brand of internet hip-hop is based on attention, not music

him being from New York is an utter non-factor in his popularity

  

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12. "if he was from wyoming he'd be a nobody"
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tekashi does not happen w/o being from NY (ATL or LA) and plugged in. he skipped a lot of steps.

<--- Big Baller World Order

  

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13. "right? if he was from Wyoming he would get clowned thrice as hard "
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shut up already, damn

  

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22. "lol @ plugged in. if you mean having wifi, sure"
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2018 Hip-Hop is the Wild West, anyone can get a look if they make enough kids gravitate to them

where he's from has nothing to do with his look or why he's generated attention

  

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16. "Not true. The Latino & Chicano numbers are growing in NYC"
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Fri Apr-13-18 01:24 PM by micMajestic

  

          

>the face tattoos are Lil Wayne's influence
>
>the multi-colored hair is a product of oneupmanship, he has to
>look crazier than the last big rapper who looked crazy because
>that brand of internet hip-hop is based on attention, not
>music
>
>him being from New York is an utter non-factor in his
>popularity

It absolutely matters that "Mero" & "Cardi B" are from the Bronx. They don't exist anywhere else on the planet.

An act like Tekashi would have to come from NYC, it doesn't make any sense anywhere else.

French Montana has to be from NYC, people like him don't exist anywhere else.

  

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17. "Let's think of another city with Chicanos, Puerto Ricans, and "
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terrible decisions


I GOT IT


Chicago

  

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20. "Puerto Ricans & Mexicans do NOT have hip-hop cred in Chicago tho"
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>terrible decisions
>
>
>I GOT IT
>
>
>Chicago

He wouldn't have gotten off the ground.

  

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26. "I don't understand "
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Mexicans don't have hip hop cred in NY either. They mostly have hip hop cred in California if anything.

As far as Puerto Rican hip hop cred, you think of Tekashi is riding on Crazy Legs' or Big Pun's or Tony Touch's coattails?

This is not about hip hop credentials, this is about being the next Stitches.

  

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28. "Just watch a Tekashi video, then watch a Stiches video"
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>Mexicans don't have hip hop cred in NY either. They mostly
>have hip hop cred in California if anything.
>
>As far as Puerto Rican hip hop cred, you think of Tekashi is
>riding on Crazy Legs' or Big Pun's or Tony Touch's coattails?
>
>
>This is not about hip hop credentials, this is about being the
>next Stitches.

It's very clear what separates them, and it doesn't have much to do with how the music sounds.

He's way bigger than Stitches ever was, and where he's from is a big reason why. The idea that Tekashi has some semblance of street cred makes his character a lot more fascinating.

  

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31. "A very NY-centric view"
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earlier you said there is nobody like French Montana outside of NY. Look at DJ Khaled lol

>It's very clear what separates them, and it doesn't have much
>to do with how the music sounds.

Right, it's not the music. Both were the lightest dudes in their videos. Both have face tats. Both screamed loud on trap beats and wave guns. One is Mexican & Puerto Rican from Brooklyn, the other is Cuban and Greek from Florida. Both raised a ton of internet buzz through outlandish youtube videos.

>He's way bigger than Stitches ever was, and where he's from is
>a big reason why. The idea that Tekashi has some semblance of
>street cred makes his character a lot more fascinating.

One is more successful than the other because of proximity to New York industry and being younger and more instagram-friendly, most likely.

  

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36. "Oh you mean DJ Khaled who started with "Terror Squad"???"
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C'mon. Fat Joe gave him the sauce & the connections. From there he networked his way to the top.

  

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40. "Same way French got put on by Akon?"
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And then blew up down south with Choppa Choppa Down?

  

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47. "If you know your stuff, then you KNOW how French really got his start"
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>And then blew up down south with Choppa Choppa Down?
>
>

Where else can a Moroccan dude could gain all those connections in the hip-hop world. His credibility comes from NYC. His story is pretty unique to NYC.

Did you grow up here? Are you Black? If not, then why do you feel comfortable speaking about what NYC hip-hop is, or isn't?

Probably the same reason why French & Tekashi feel like THEY can speak on it. You have spent enough time here to feel connected to NYC urban culture.

  

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48. "Eh my half Mexican homie from SD / uptown is very invested in the"
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Cholos vs tekashi beef cause of the Mexican and gang thing (he is from southeast SD so was around a lot of bloods growing up, and out here he is / was cool with bloods uptown). We been shooting messages back and forth for months about this kid.

I was born in NYC and lived from 8 to 18 in LA so I am familiar with LA gang culture and been back in NY since 99. I listened to a lot of east coast rap while in LA too. The full story is not only an NYC story.

  

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50. "The half Mexican half PR "Blood" rapper is an NYC story"
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>Cholos vs tekashi beef cause of the Mexican and gang thing
>(he is from southeast SD so was around a lot of bloods growing
>up, and out here he is / was cool with bloods uptown). We been
>shooting messages back and forth for months about this kid.
>
>I was born in NYC and lived from 8 to 18 in LA so I am
>familiar with LA gang culture and been back in NY since 99. I
>listened to a lot of east coast rap while in LA too. The full
>story is not only an NYC story.

If he was from Chicago or LA, nobody would be trying to hear any of that shit. The Black community wouldn't accept him, and I don't think the Chicano & Latino communities there would respect him either.

  

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51. "RE: The half Mexican half PR "Blood" rapper is an NYC story"
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https://goo.gl/images/eW79rB

  

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52. "I had to look dude up, but his story seems to indicate you agree with me"
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>https://goo.gl/images/eW79rB

Tekashi could die behind aligning himself with a Black gang in Chicago or LA. This is the only place where he could pull off this act, but still have the "But wait, this guy might really be crazy" effect. If you see Tekashi hopping around on the 2 train, you'll just assume he's some bugged out homeless dude. Homeless people have a lot of personality in NYC. lol you can let me know if I'm being NYC centric on that one, but I think NYC has the most bugged out homeless people. They are way too active.

  

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53. "Dis shit here:"
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>If he was from Chicago or LA, nobody would be trying to hear
>any of that shit. The Black community wouldn't accept him,
>and I don't think the Chicano & Latino communities there would
>respect him either.
>


^ ^ ^ReaLest shit you eva wrote. I'm a Cali ninja, and I been tryna tell ninjaz...Tekashi would've NEVER happened out here. Dude woulda been inna box 6feet deep out here pullin that dumb shit.

And don't get it twisted, you may see a Mexicano in a Africano gang out here and vice-versa(tho its some rare shit depending on whether you from SoCal or NorCal: Cali facts, Surenos AKA SoCal Mexicanos tend to NOT fuck wit Africanos too tough even tho they indulge in our culture(c)HipHop but Nortenos AKA NorCal Mexicanos are a lot less hostile towards Africanos and you might could see a couple Mexicanos sprinkled in a Africano gang there.)

But even considering those ethnic politics, thas not what woulda put'eem inna casket: All dat "test my gangsta" shit is what woulda had'eem laced. You can't pull dat shit in Cali, Ninjaz WILL. COME. SEE. YOU. over dat!


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23. "you cant lump Mero, Cardi B and Tekashi 69 together"
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nothing about Tekashi's sound or look says New York, his entourage of lost killers may represent the city but it stops there

  

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25. "I'm from here, and I still live here. Tekashi couldn't have any cred if..."
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>nothing about Tekashi's sound or look says New York, his
>entourage of lost killers may represent the city but it stops
>there

he were from anywhere else. Stop focusing on his look, his story is an NYC story.

Mero's story is an NYC story. Cardi's story is a NYC story.

Same thing with guys like Bobby Shmurda & Casanova. It doesn't matter if their music or look was influenced by people outside of NYC. Why are these guys talking about shooting everything, then doing a dance immediately afterwards. Ohhh, they're of Caribbean descent... remember when there were people alleging that Bobby was gay? If you grew up in NYC around Caribbean people, you knew how silly that idea was.

  

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57. "Mero is the only one you named whose shtick revolves around NY"
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Cardi B sounds and acts like a New Yorker, but she's where she is because she was funny and charismatic enough to go viral and get on Love & Hip Hop

Tekashi is succeeding where Young MA and 2 Milly didnt because of gang related controversy (attention in an attention based era), a wild look (attention in an attention based era), and tapping into whatever energy the kids are into (attention in an attention based era) none of that is exclusive to Brooklyn

  

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14. "Thank You Brooklyn"
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So this is what the emergence of gangs in NYC lead to.

Just shouting on a record, saying the n word, using wrestling moves on women, is enough to get fame. NYC crowned this guy as king. THIS is the guy repping you and the world has to respect it. He's the pinnacle of lyrical proficiency in NYC and demands respect

  

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15. ""the emergence of gangs in NYC""
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bowery_Boys

  

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18. "I meant bloods and crips.."
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Tru Life was against this before he went in as he railed against Dipset promoting gang culture.

  

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19. "Where is Tru Life now"
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24. "Got out of jail a year ago and is laying low."
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He definitely cannot be happy about all this gang shit in NYC.

  

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21. "people just skate over the fact dude is a convicted child molester."
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32. "I thought he expalined the issue on the Breakfast Club?"
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I mean do we call Tupac a sexual abuser because he convicted of felony sexual abuse?

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34. "this is what youre going with?"
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35. "I just like using facts - eh"
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I mean, what's the point that you're trying to prove?

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41. "dude and his friends molested a 13 yr old on video."
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and uploaded it to the net for public consumption. those are the facts im using.

what point are *you* trying to prove by randomly bringing up a dead rapper? lol.

never thought id see the day that niggas on okp would be defending a sexual predator but i shouldnt be surprised at this point lol.

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54. "That's horrible. I don't know the particulars accept what he said on "
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the radio. He said he didn't know the girls age.

  

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55. "yeah he also said he never even touched the girl."
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but uhhh...
http://2mjntijv9ph1zqgg835rbyye.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/DGljlSQVYAEFWqT-768x1248.jpg

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56. "Got, dis is how you get GOT(C)MightyMos"
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https://chriswind.bandcamp.com/track/roll-call-prod-by-e-quest

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65. "That pic is not evidence of a crime IMO.. Looks eh, not good but.."
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But how old was he when this alleged incident took place?
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43. "2Pac wasn't a sexual abuser, though. He took the charge"
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for one of the dudes in his entourage that was.

Rest In Peace, Bad News Brown

  

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64. "We know all of this. You missed the whole point"
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33. "Honest question: was his representation of that on the Breakfast "
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Club true/accurate? His version basically was he was 18, she was like 14, he didn't know, the prosecutor told him to plead out or he'd have to (do alot of time) EDITED TO REVISE: it would cost alot for him to fight it, which he accepted because he was broke. That's not the same thing as some sort of Sandusky situation.

But that came from him. I'm far too removed from any of this to have the real scoop.

  

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37. "if it wasnt accurate we'd def know by now. esp in this era."
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<--- Big Baller World Order

  

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44. "the public filing of the case disputes his record. we already know lol."
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he plead guilty because it was recorded and uploaded lol. kinda hard to deny when the prosecutor has the smoking gun.

this is all public record.

if you wanna believe a breakfast club interview...where he intentionally misquotes her age as 14 (like that makes it better)...and he also misquoted her age in an akademiks interview *months ago* and was promptly reminded that she was officially 13 (so he obviously is just playing dumb now)...then thats on you lol.

niggas really in here riding for this weirdo lol.

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38. "she was 13 at the time. dude rounded up lol."
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when i was 18 if you messed with a 13 yr old you were called a chester. chester = ch(ild)(mol)ester.

in the age of facebook, ig, and twitter...theres no excuse to not know what age range, school, social circle etc a chick in your neighborhood is around with some basic browsing.

another defendant in the case...i think the dude who was filmed getting head from her...admitted to knowing her before that specific incident.

if anyone chooses to believe that he didnt know her age then thats up to them.



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73. "chester the child molester"
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shut up already, damn

  

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27. "crying laughing at all the NYC ppl like NOPE NAH dont blame him on us"
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I DONT BLAME YALL NOT ONE BIT
if he was from LA i'd be on my...THAT'S NOT EVEN LA shit so hard

had never heard of him before the molestation stories

  

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29. "This is NYC's interpretation of what the fuck YALL are into"
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This is Ellen Degeneres doing the butterfly with Tiffany Haddish

  

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42. "TRey...that doesnt help your argument at all lol"
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also...I really hope that you would defend some LA shit with equal aplomb

  

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45. "I'm just here to help people work through their real issues lol"
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This is making money off young people clicking on your website

This is taking a sprinkle of this shit, a sprinkle of that shit, and selling it back to you

Why we are acting like this is not a farce but 'a disappointment and a stain on the birthplace of hip-hop' etc. etc. is beyond me

This is the age we are in

We got fed Despacito at the Grammys for the simple fact it had 3.2 billion views on fuckin youtube fam!

That was what gave it cultural weight

That's why I laughed when some hacker deleted the video off youtube and rolled back the view-count.

  

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61. "Hasn't this been NYC hip hop since the Bad Boy era?"
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>This is NYC's interpretation of what the fuck YALL are into
>This is Ellen Degeneres doing the butterfly with Tiffany
>Haddish


At least most of it. Seems like the quest to be a national star like Biggie or Jay has been the main motivation for a lot of rappers out of NYC (and the rest of the country to be fair), since Big changed the game.

Takeisha is just part of the natural progression of this race to the bottom. There will be someone even more absurd soon enough.

  

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63. "My ninja said "Takeisha".....I'm DYIN!"
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https://chriswind.bandcamp.com/track/roll-call-prod-by-e-quest

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30. "What happen to letting kids like Tekashi 69 cook?"
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39. "same thing that's happening with him."
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its apparently working out well for him. nobody can stop him from cooking if enough people stay on his tip.

nah, you trippin

  

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69. "Is "let _____ cook" the 2018 version of "stop hating?""
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Dude is out here like: https://img13.deviantart.net/a907/i/2013/070/c/8/rainbow_rabbit__by_999msvalkyrie-d5xpg3s.jpg

The streets: https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8438/7744691640_8d486188a2_b.jpg

  

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46. "Man listen, if dude get got, I have no tears."
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Is yall ninjaz gon' weep for dude?

"Now I like to have thug shit just like you, but I'm from Cali, certain shit you just don't do"(c)MosNoDrawlz


Dude crossed a certain line that he can't return from.
Shit is sad man.






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49. "You made a post about him. Tekashi should thank YOU."
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58. "This is just another example of NYC co-signing on garbage music"
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Greatest city on earth with a tin ear.

  

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60. "show me on the doll where New York touched you"
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66. "Right here:"
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https://c4.staticflickr.com/4/3330/3202602762_8d429d08a7_z.jpg?zz=1

Struggle bars and wack beats kills brain cells.

  

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67. "papoose can actually rap, how is he thrown into this b.s.?"
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in the memory of NYC upt JUX�

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68. "im damn near 100% convinced all this beef shit is marketing."
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his team just throwing that bag around.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BhpIVADHdzO/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXM6QMgXTUI


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70. "these voiceovers be killing me."
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https://twitter.com/BlakeVapes/status/985643830211895296

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71. "Drippin !"
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72. "this dude makes Troy Ave look like Scarface "
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74. "fam they brought the original studio gangster spice 1 into this shit lol"
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https://instagram.com/p/BhhdI5ZBMPn/

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75. "Waaaait. Huh? Spice 1, studio gangsta?? "
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76. "..."
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlbocVp7obM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxSekTrK5WE

spice 1 was basically the 1st nigga to really get tagged a studio gangster.
dude went from trying to be ice cube + jive era 2pac + ed o.g. to trying be o dog from menace in his next album lol.

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79. "never knew he was tagged as a studio gangsta"
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especially when comparing them to Cube and Pac.

Both those dudes didn't start out gangsta either.

shut up already, damn

  

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81. "Spice getting exposed by Pooh Man was a big deal back then"
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>especially when comparing them to Cube and Pac.
>
>Both those dudes didn't start out gangsta either.

The studio gangsta thing seemed to put a hard cap on his level of success.

Cube was moving around with different crews, he had to make sure he could move around without being food.

We saw what Tupac was doing, he probably could charm his way into damn near any group of people on the planet.

Spice 1 is from the Bay, and damn near everyone from the Bay's "gangster" got tested at some point. He couldn't get away with that out there.

  

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77. "Dude drinking salignac in a Warriors jacket"
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on the party bus to Las Vegas

sweaty as fuck

  

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78. "He need ta just gwan 'n take a shit. "
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Ain't no need to be that stressed. Get dat laxative game up Spice, ease dat constipation Sun.

Ninja was TUURNNNT!

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80. "Apparently he and Adrien Broner have beef now..."
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and 69 is rumored to be walking Jessie Vargas (Broner's opponent) out on Saturday.

Many suspect that this is fake in order to further bring more attention to the fight, but it's kinda smart marketing on both their parts especially if Broner wins. If he loses, well it was smart on 69's part.

That whole fight card will be lit tho regardless.


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