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When Keeping It Rap Goes Wrong: 10 Cases Of Rap Music Putting People In Bad Situations

 

Rap music is cool and all, but it’s not for everybody. More importantly, it’s not appropriate for all occasions. Some of the language and reoccurring themes in the genre tend to make people not used to the culture uncomfortable. Playing rap music, using or reciting rap lyrics or even just being a rapper can rub people the wrong way in certain situations.

It’s okay to be about that Hip-Hop life and wear it on your sleeve, but just be careful who you do it in front of. Knowing when, where and on what occasion rap is appropriate can mean all the difference in the world. At times it can be the difference between making a friend and catching a fade or getting a raise and getting fired. Using discernment is the key. Some people have to find that out first hand.

Here are 10 cases where rap music put people in sticky situations [II]…

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