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Check out our twist on Key & Peele’s classic “Soul Food” sketch.  This is a little hair humor that you will love if you’ve ever been to one of those old-school salons.  Hair humor ahead….

"I got a bitch who play piano, a bitch who don’t  A bitch who dances naked, a bitch who won’t A bitch who’s short, a bitch who’s tall A bitch who burns my pager with priority calls And I love ‘em all, I love ‘em crazily And they love me back - that’s why they stay with me So if you havin’ girl problems, I’ll be there for you son Got 99 problems and a bitch ain’t one - hit me.”—Ice T, “99 Problems”
It’s time for the get back.  New parody video from Myth Lab Entertainment puts these sexist rappers in their place, set to the strains of Juicy J: #rapsagetyouslapped
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"I got a bitch who play piano, a bitch who don’t
A bitch who dances naked, a bitch who won’t
A bitch who’s short, a bitch who’s tall
A bitch who burns my pager with priority calls
And I love ‘em all, I love ‘em crazily
And they love me back - that’s why they stay with me
So if you havin’ girl problems, I’ll be there for you son
Got 99 problems and a bitch ain’t one - hit me.”—Ice T, “99 Problems”


It’s time for the get back.  New parody video from Myth Lab Entertainment puts these sexist rappers in their place, set to the strains of Juicy J: #rapsagetyouslapped

"But you was my bitch, the one who’d never snitch
Love me when I’m broke or when I’m filthy fuckin rich
And I admit, when the time is right, the wine is right
I treat you right, you talk slick, I beat you right.”— Notorious B.I.G. “Just Me and My Bitch”

It’s time for the get back.  New parody video from Myth Lab Entertainment puts these sexist rappers in their place, set to the strains of Juicy J: #rapsagetyouslapped

"I fuck with these hoes from a distance
The instant they start to catch feelings
I start to stealin they shit
then I’m out just like a thief in the night
I sink my teeth in to bite
You thinkin life, I’m thinkin more like - whassup tonight?— DMX, featuring Sisqo “What These Bitches Want”

It’s time for the get back.  New parody video from Myth Lab Entertainment puts these sexist rappers in their place, set to the strains of Juicy J: #rapsagetyouslapped

What do you think is the most slap-worthy rap lyric of all time?  I could go deep and quote RZA’s “Domestic Violence” in full or we could go simple, AMG, Bitch betta have my money.  What say you? 

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