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Ebro From scorching 97 And Beats 1 is Taking credit score For Hip-Hop Podcasts

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Ebro, who famously hosts the morning demonstrate on sizzling ninety seven, while additionally having his personal show on Apple music's Beats 1, is everyday for being an opinionated guy. he isn't scared to share his views and sometimes it could actually get him in situation. In that feel, he is very comparable to Soulja Boy, who has turn into to the brand new king of trolling after his epic Tyga tirade the place he disputed the rapper's title as having the superior comeback of 2018. Tyga has also been taking credit score for artists like Drake and Tekashi 6ix9ine, which has had social media debating large Soulja's legacy as a pioneer in the rap video game.
Now Ebro is attempting to take a page out of that booklet, by claiming that he's answerable for all of the podcasts that exist in the hip-hop space presently.
"on account that Soulja Boy is taking credit score for everything... it's my flip! I created HipHop Podcasts!!" Ebro observed this morning.
He additionally took credit score for introducing his co-host Peter Rosenberg to Cipha Sounds who at last linked up to create the "Juan Epstein Podcast" which featured lengthy-kind interviews with artists and became also featured right through the weekend on hot ninety seven. The podcast ultimately impressed other podcasts like Adam 22's "No Jumper" interview sequence.
Does Ebro have some extent? Is he the explanation why hip-hop podcasts exist or is he bugging?

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