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why do you record for rapgenius with 30 people over? do they know you’re doing this before they arrive? or are you like “k guys hold up gotta hold this watch and make a tape for this website lol stop partying for a sec”
tell the girl in the orange I said hi.
This is an episode of “Drunk History” right?
^guess you’re too blind to see the RG poster…
one: your drunk
Two: what did you drink to relax
and: you really got drunk ?
first: what the fuck, how is this a real thing. why the hell are you making videos about this little bit of the song. like how did you write an entire book about why i should know about some great scandalous watch affair. nobody cares nobody cares nobody cares nobody cares nobody cares nobody. i feel like your giving me a history lesson and Jay-Z might have a part in it. dude get over it. you writing and caring about this frivolous event is why your dumb. i thing your mentally ill.
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A mid 1980s film based on the early days of Def Jam Recordings.
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