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Beef is Bad For Hip-Hop…ask Snoop Dogg!!!

March 17, 2009 Front Page 3 Comments

There was once a time when beef was good for hip-hop.  But today things have gotten out of hand. Sorry 50 Cent and Rick Ross, your current skirmish isn’t doing anything positive for the music industry.

That’s why we have to give Snoop credit for being a leader in the hip-hop world.   From his frequent calls for West Coast rappers to work together, to his work with youth in the Snoop Dogg Football League, Big Snoop Dogg takes action everyday to make sure the world is a better place.   Yeah he’s a rich and famous rapper, but he gets lots of love from us.

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  1. srup says:

    50 cent is looking ridiculous yesterday

    glad someone called him out

  2. Zamzi says:

    Fuck Rick Ross he jst came in the industry, he is a young’n he shuold know his messing with a real G from tha hood not a prison warden like he was, motherfucker u’v neve been ‘in’ a jail cell

  3. […] land where the center will be built. Snoop’s dedication to youth empowerment through sports, as we profiled earlier this year on 99Problems, becomes even more evident here: he has decided to create a song for the center, which will then […]

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