Kendrick Lamar and Jadakiss are the latest rappers to be pitted against each other but it isn't clear what the overall consensus is.
This moment shined a light on Hip-Hop's insufferable need to debate and caused an unnecessary divide between music fans regionally and generationally, but what does this prove in the end?
On Twitter, fans are doing just that in discussing who "The G.O.A.T." Hip-Hop acts are, who is the most overrated, and more.
A Twitter user sparked another of these passionate and subjective discussions in asking who the top five rappers in the same were but with a clever twist that forced some fans to think about their choices.
On Twitter, there is currently a debate raging on which is the better eatery between the International House of Pancakes and Waffle House, and it seems to just boil down to personal preference as with all things.
The popular crime drama franchises are distinctly different shows but it's fair to see how folks would compare the two.
When pressed to condemn extremist white supremacist groups during the debate, Trump fired back with, "Proud Boys, stand back and stand by! But I’ll tell you what, somebody’s got to do something about Antifa and the left."
For those of us who grew up in a particular tax bracket or inner-city neighborhood, the soft drinks Tahitian Treat and Faygo might hold some significance in your life depending on where you lived in your formative years. On Twitter right now, an intense debate over the best between the hood soda favorites is brewing […]
Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum has been embroiled in a tense fight against rival Ron DeSantis in the Florida governor’s race. Facing one another again in a debate, Gillum shut down his Republican opponent in epic fashion, saying at one point that even “racists believe he’s a racist” in Wednesday’s (Oct. 24) gubernatorial debate.
As details regarding the trial of George Zimmerman continue to be thrown about by talking heads looking to increase their fifteen minutes of fame, the debate over racial slurs has heated up as well. CNN decided to have a debate Monday (July1) over the “n-word” and “cracker” slurs, and attempted to have a serious discussion […]
You may have seen this video just before coverage of last night’s Brooklyn Nets vs. New York Knicks game on TNT began. Spike Lee, a certified Knicks super-fan verbally battles it out with his Nets doppelgänger over whose team is the best.
Depending on who you ask, Mitt Romney took a verbal beating during the third presidential debate Monday (Oct. 22), but he’s far from licking his wounds. Romney sees last night’s discourse as yet another example of President Obama’s refusal to outline a plan for his second term.