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'Gremlin' Lil Wayne, 50 Cent, DJ Khaled & extra Hip Hop Artists examine imply Tweets About Themselves

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nobody is secure from the wrath of the web.
in the newest version of recurring Jimmy Kimmel are living! segment "imply Tweets," a slew of hip-hop and rap stars read nasty comments about themselves from social media — fortunately (as regular) most of the subjects are decent sports concerning the unwarranted hate.
50 Cent kicks off the section, analyzing a message that he "is a moron and needs to be kicked in the b——-." In response, the rapper notes, "I believe remember to take your violent innovations and location your power somewhere a bit greater productive."
Later, huge Sean gets a very harsh music critique, with a Twitter person writing, "simply if you think perhaps the area is going to be ok, big Sean comes out with a brand new piece of s— music."
some of the haters went for actually own digs, with one writing, "Yo DJ Khaled, focus on getting your personal fat ass match guy, you can't inspire americans to be outstanding if you haven't seen your dick in years."
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One Twitter user thinks Awkwafina "has the voice of a 58-12 months-ancient divorce legal professional" (she kind of is of the same opinion), and an extra says "Lil Wayne is what occurs if you pour four Loko on a gremlin."
Hilariously, a Disney connection was additionally made: "Ty Dolla $ign feels like the crab from Moana."
connected: none of the Avengers Are safe from the Hate within the newest circular of suggest Tweets — Watch
also dragged? Eve, Remy Ma, A$AP Rocky, Pusha T and Tyler the Creator, amongst others.
The "mean Tweets" segment is routine and has featured a wide array of stars. In may additionally, the forged of Avengers: Infinity battle — including Benedict Cumberbatch and Tom Hiddleston — took a barrage of insults in stride during the bit.


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