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What do you think about these hip hop facts Pt. 3(W/ Source)?

What do you think about these hip hop facts Pt. 3(W/ Source)? Topic: Ja these days
April 21, 2019 / By Harper
Question: -jay-Z was going to sign 50 Cent to Rocafella but declined after speaking to his good friend irv Gotti, then Gotti turned around and tried to sign Nas. Jay said if Nas was on Murder inc he goes from being the boss of ill Will to another Ashanti. Nas then refused to sign. -AZ many times, was very close to signing to Rocafella. -Ice Cube isnt from Compton and went to a college in Arizona, he was never a gangsta. -DMX got his chain jacked in toronto on a movie shoot. -The game isn't welcomed in the Bay. -Ice Cube got beat for one of those "W" chains supposedly by someone from the Soul Assassins camp when him and B-Real were beefin. -The reason Ghostface wore a mask in the early days is because he was wanted for robbery when the Wu 1st blew up. -Artists who were robbed more than twice. Busta Rymes Jazze Phae Nas Dr. Dre Mase Puff Jermaine Dupri cam'ron Young Buck DMX, i heard its all a front for image of course Ja Rule and Irv 50 Snoop lost his juice, but is backed by the crips only because he makes songs to crip to. Jadakiss. -Suge doesnt like Game because he expose some of Death Row business (stuff about Harry-O) and because he is not really blood. -Some people in Death Row got raped in the building. -Tupac did have some of his enemies killed. -Redman Smacked Prodigy around the time Hell On Earth was out b/c he was dissing Keith and Def Squad. -2pac told Outlawz not to sign to Death Row many times, after Pac's death Outlawz signed to Death Row, another reason why fatal left because Pac told them not to. -Game got beaten the sh*t out of him in Manchester.Apparently the guy said to Game "You're in my hood now". Game reponded "I respect that, but yo I'm from Compton", to which the guy responded "F*ck Compton". The Game then tried to swing, and then got swiftly dealt with by the guy. The guy that supposedly banged up The Game was like 5'5"/5'7" and stocky. The guy was about 17 years old. Source:http://www.wutang-corp.com/forum/showthread.php?t=14087 I Never said all of them were true but i wanted to see what you guys thought.
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Donalda Donalda | 2 days ago
Some of them sound true some not so true. Its prolly more rappers than that that been robbed more than once. I don't know why everybody thinks these rappers are super men or super "gangstas". Someone shoves a gun in their face they give up the jewlery. As far as Icecube, he was born a raised in South Central, he did go to college in phoenix, phoenix goes hard though. Go down there talkin ish to the wrong person and the same thing will happen there as would happen in south central. Ya'll think cuz aint alot of rappers from there they are suckas...I remember a story about him runnin in some execs office with a baseball bat cuz he wasn't gettin paid right. Might of been Heller. I'd say thats alot more "gangsta" then most of these rappers now... And everyone knows thats why ghostface was wearing the mask...
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Donalda Originally Answered: What do you think about these hip hop facts Pt. 3(W/ Source)?
Some of them sound true some not so true. Its prolly more rappers than that that been robbed more than once. I don't know why everybody thinks these rappers are super men or super "gangstas". Someone shoves a gun in their face they give up the jewlery. As far as Icecube, he was born a raised in South Central, he did go to college in phoenix, phoenix goes hard though. Go down there talkin ish to the wrong person and the same thing will happen there as would happen in south central. Ya'll think cuz aint alot of rappers from there they are suckas...I remember a story about him runnin in some execs office with a baseball bat cuz he wasn't gettin paid right. Might of been Heller. I'd say thats alot more "gangsta" then most of these rappers now... And everyone knows thats why ghostface was wearing the mask...

Carry Carry
The Game IS a blood the first person to say he wasnt a blood was Big Fase and Fase barly knew Game till he was 16 and then they only recorded musi togather they went that tight Fase took all games money and when Game said eonugh was enough Fase got pissed and mad up storys i seen a pic of the guy who beat Games *** BTW im 6'5 300 a football lineman and can lift alot and i wouldnt fuc* wit the dude that beat him up he looked mad jacked Chuck Lidell is mad small and i wouldnt F wit him either size aint got that much todo with it and no Game isnt welcome in the Bay Yuk runs that shi* but Sir speedy gave him a pass and aint shi* happen to the dismay of Yuk besides that your pretty much spot on and the Stripper rumor is true as long as im adresseing Game rumors yeh he was a male stripper if i had the body i would do it too whats wrong with that
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Angelle Angelle
the ice cube one is actually true. arabian prince was kicked out of the group when ice cube came back from graduating from arizona i never even knew ghostface wore a mask cause i never saw him in the old days. when was that?
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Willis Willis
The Joey Crack one is bullsh*t. So is the cousins one, I'm not sure where you're getting these but some are just incredibly false. @Ruck, it's a well known fact Dr. Dre has ghostwriters, I doubt that's going to surprise anyone.
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Willis Originally Answered: Does anyone here know the different between facts and truth?
We do apply these to the Bible. Let me familiarize you with a couple of concepts which you can think on: The Preservation of Scripture is a belief that if the Bible is indeed the Word of an all knowing and all powerful God, then that very same God will have taken measures to protect His word from manipulation and corruption over the course of time. There may be aberrations created by man from time to time, but they will ultimately fail and be forgotten. The version of God's Word that makes it to the end of time will be the original Word that was set down in the beginning. The Persistence of Truth is an acknowledgment that Absolute Truth (meaning the exact way things are) can never be known as such. All truth which we can detect are Perceived Truths, and they can vary from person to person based on the point of view and perception. However, if you could overlay all the Perceived Truths, and keep only the parts that are confirmed and dump all the parts that are contradictory, you would arrive at an Integrated Truth. The more Perceived Truths you add, the closer the Integrated Truth comes to the Absolute Truth. Of course a fact is only factual as long as nothing comes along to prove it wrong. History is full of facts that eventually turned out to be incorrect. And many of the things we know today as fact may in turn be proven erroneous at some point in the future. e.g. a thousand years ago, it was considered a fact that the sun, moon and planets orbited the earth. Ptolemy's equations were highly accurate and supported the belief. Newton told us that any two masses would be drawn together by a force of attraction between them. And that was considered to be a fact until Einstein showed us that masses were not attracted to each other because of gravity, they moved together because mass warps space-time. Still, there are a number of things that we hold as factual which (within the limit of Integrated Truth) go unchallenged. In the case of the Bible, to date, every claim which the Bible has ever made which can be verified within the scope of our capabilities, has been confirmed to be true either in a literal or figurative sense. (This does not address events which we can not check). This establishes a precedent of credibility. As such, it is therefore reasonable to assume that every claim that the Bible makes which can not be verified can be assumed to be true (in either a literal or figurative sense) based on that credibility. This is called an indirect proof and is the same form of proof used in courts of law. Hope that helps.

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