Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Snak the Ripper slays Madchild B*tch - Again and Again

Snak the Ripper threw out another Madchild diss in 24 hours or less. In case you missed it, this is the first one. I heard from a brother in the industry that Madchild tried to battlerap with some of Eminem's follows. He was reading his sh*t off of his cell phone. I kid you not. The clown has no respect in the industry at all.

Update: Ah Snak Rips it a third time. Triple Homicide. Sweet. And now a fourth! Tre Nyce steps up to the plate and hits it out of the park with #SADCHILD. This is like shooting fish in a barrel. Finally. Justice has been served. They appear to make reference to his short stature, cocaine use and his fetish for under age girls.

First Madchild was bragging about his long term Viagra and oxycontin addiction in the press. Now he is bragging about his fantasy of kidnapping, torturing and murdering woman. This child who never grew up is deranged. He is no role model for kids. Buyer Beware.


  1. I did try to watch it, but not so much when it comes to "talent". A lot of profanity which does nothing to improve the "talent". Don't know why these men are on about all of this, but best they keep their talent close to their vests.

    1. It's battle rap. You have to understand the industry to understand the sarcasm.

    2. I do believe I'll take a pass on "understand"ing the sarcasam. As to battle rap, ah, I'll wait for an aria from a decent opera or something by Freddy Mercury. That fellow on the tape did, in my opinion, have much in the way of talent. Ah, well taste is such an individual thing.

    3. Decent opera? lol I guess that says it all. I'm not sure there is such a thing. That I'll pass on. I respect opera for the talent it requires but to me it's really like nails on a chalkboard.

      Everyone has different likes and dislikes. People who like heavy metal usually hate rap and visa versa. However, you don't have to like heavy metal to hate rap. For me it reminds me of the time I spent in New York.

      We had an inner city family stay with us years ago. The young boy was watching TV flipping through the channels. He passed by a performance by the Rolling Stones which most white people would think was fine. The kid was cringing in pain saying oh, what is that? Yo man I'd rather watch a clown and changed the channel. I had to laugh. He was a great kid. Just had different taste then most in the suburbs.


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