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Rock And Roll Hall of Fame Snubs LL Cool J For This Year's Honors


LL Cool J Snubbed By The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced their new inductees for this year.

Among the honored musicians to be granted entry are Neil Diamond, Darlene Love, and Alice Cooper.

Not making quite making the cut are nominees Bon Jovi and LL Cool J who’s been snubbed for a second time in a row.

LL’s second snub is leaving some to question to the integrity of the Rock Hall of Fame.

The Hip-Hop pioneer  has 8 platinum selling albums and 10 No. 1’s under his belt since 1985.

While his recent invovlement has been more-so in the film industry, that is not to undermine his deserving legacy.

Perhaps Todd Smith will have better luck next year.

The honors are set to take place at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York City on March 14th.


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  • Jeb

    That’s just wrong. LL Cool J is an icon. He has payed his dues and earned his place. He was even cool on NCIS, even though that wasn’t hard core hip hop, he did represent by being a hard working actor and making a silly show seem somewhat real.