Compliments And Hennessy All Around

Oh me oh my:

The agreement between the Oakland rapping guys was this: Each rapping guy would be allotted one section of the rap song to rap about whatever he wanted. The only exception was the Two Pack rapper, who would be rapping during the first and final block of the rapping song. This was because he was the leader and if the other Oakland rapping guys had any misgivings about that, then they certainly knew better than to say anything.

Even the backup rapping guys who were only allowed to chime in occasionally to respond to the lyrics knew that.

“We should all remember to rap about some of our own positive characteristics,” said one rapping guy. “That way, the listener trusts our interpretation of the subject matter.”

“Good idea!” said another rapper. “Then it’s like a resume!”

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