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2013-02-21 02:57:03 PM  

TheJoe03: Scrotastic Method: /I'm not arguing with you anymore because you just dropped Vanilla Ice like he was a legit rap act

What does legit have to do with anything, he's a perfect example of a fake emcee. Also, don't run from your comment, you said he was the FAKEST, but that not even close to the truth. I know Tupac wasn't a gangsta and he did play up his hardcore image, but I still don't consider him or his music fake (especially when you pay attention to his actual lyrics). Especially not the "fakest".

/BTW, not sure where you're from, but having a tat that says "thug life" saying you're a thug does not indicate gang membership. Being a criminal/thug and a gangbanger are two different things.


You think Vanilla Ice was faker than Tupac. No. He was cornier, he was lamer, whatever you want to call it, but all Ice ever presented himself as was a white guy that thought he could dance and sing. Guess what? He was a white guy that thought he could dance and sing. Tupac acted like he was the ghetto's hard-ass gift to black America, when he was just a spoiled art kid just trying to be famous. Nothing about him was real.

And don't act like I'm conflating "gangsta" with "gangster" so you can imply that I don't understand (I'm sure this where you're headed) race. He acted like the hardest n---a from the hood and he wasn't shiat. That's why 5 years before he was wearing neon Zubaz for Digital Underground. He was Sammy Davis Jr. for 1990, except Sammy was smart enough to let Frank's mob buddies be his muscle.
 
2013-02-21 04:46:08 PM  

Scrotastic Method: You think Vanilla Ice was faker than Tupac. No. He was cornier, he was lamer, whatever you want to call it, but all Ice ever presented himself as was a white guy that thought he could dance and sing. Guess what? He was a white guy that thought he could dance and sing.


He represented himself as a hardcore thug from Miami when he was a suburban kid from Texas. Seems like you are talking out of your as at this point. Never even heard someone claim Tupac was faker than farkin Vanilla Ice. I hope to God you're not a hip hop fan.

Scrotastic Method: upac acted like he was the ghetto's hard-ass gift to black America, when he was just a spoiled art kid just trying to be famous.


Tupac was spoiled? LOL, just admit you are a Tupac hater and stop acting like you know what you're saying. Oh my God, an art school kid that makes music, what a fake! Oh and don't say you're not conflating gangsta with gangster when you said he claimed he was a "gangbanger", words have meanings. You called him the fakest ever, I called you out, and now you refuse to admit you're some hater.
 
2013-02-21 06:41:52 PM  

TheJoe03: He represented himself as a hardcore thug from Miami when he was a suburban kid from Texas. Seems like you are talking out of your as at this point. Never even heard someone claim Tupac was faker than farkin Vanilla Ice. I hope to God you're not a hip hop fan.


I am. Which is why I don't know the finer points of Vanilla Farking Ice's biography.
 
2013-02-21 07:55:58 PM  

Scrotastic Method: TheJoe03: He represented himself as a hardcore thug from Miami when he was a suburban kid from Texas. Seems like you are talking out of your ass at this point. Never even heard someone claim Tupac was faker than farkin Vanilla Ice. I hope to God you're not a hip hop fan.

I am. Which is why I don't know the finer points of Vanilla Farking Ice's biography.

 
2013-02-21 08:18:44 PM  

Scrotastic Method: I am. Which is why I don't know the finer points of Vanilla Farking Ice's biography.


I'm from Dallas, all you have to do is watch his Ice Ice Baby video, he's claiming Miami but dancing in front of the Dallas skyline. Also, most hip hop fans know about Vanilla Ice, he set back white rappers for 10 years. If you think he doesn't count as fake, then how about my other examples like Rick Ross and Lil Wayne. I mean Rick Ross claims to be some major cocaine trafficker but was a prison guard while Lil Wayne actually claims to be Blood, but it's a dubious claim at best. Since I actually pay attention to Tupac lyrics, all he ever claims is that he hung out with the criminals and drug dealers (which is known to be true, Suge Knight was a Blood himself and Death Row really was full of criminals), because he had no father figure. I've never heard him claim a set, act like he was pushing keys, or act like he was in a gang, he just claimed he was a bad motherfarker. I'm also not sure how him going to an art school is a bad thing or makes him fake, he was a farking ARTIST.
 
2013-02-22 07:17:26 PM  

Ryker's Peninsula: FirstNationalBastard: Scrotastic Method: The fakest rapper in the history of rap. Anyone gives to shiats about Tupac is paying no attention. To anything.

/my holy grail video? When he was the lead in Nutcracker senior year in high school. THUG LIFE.

He was probably one of the lesser talented members of Digital Underground.

For real.
He never got busy in a Burger King bathroom.
And he didn't have the recipe for the gravy.



BLASPHEMY!!!!!  As a near 30-year-old-bastard, this man provided me with more fatherly advice through his recordings (especially 'all eyez on me') than anyone.  I was 13 when he died.  It actually hurt on par with my grandmother's and boyhood dog's passing.  Say what you will about his acting roots, and his somewhat-privileged years, but he had the credibility to actually change the world.  He had to die for the same reasons MLK and Malcom had to.  That made him a martyr.  Too bad he didn't understand how important he really was to this world.. maybe he would've been less reckless.  I still listen to his music often, and find myself wondering what 40 year old 2pac would have been like.  And if black power would be a thing again.. and if he would have burned out and washed away.  Did he need to die to become what he is to so many?

/Can't wait for the next gospel to be released..
 
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