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The Hip-Hop Version Of Jimmy Kimmel’s ‘Mean Tweets’ Is Here, And It’s All We Ever Wanted

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Jimmy Kimmel's “Mean Tweets" segment is arguably his most famous series. It has now evolved into different sub-categories such as "Oscars Edition," and "NBA Edition." Certain music genres such as "Country Edition" have debuted, so we’ve been sitting here perched and ready for the hip-hop version of the popular segment. 

Well, no more waiting -- it’s here, y'all.  

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Folks in hip-hop from 50 Cent to A$AP Rocky to Eve all recently appeared to read some of the rudest things that have been said about them online. 

There were definitely some highlights in the clip.

They said Lil' Wayne looks like "if you pour Four Loko on a gremlin." BRUHHHHH.

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Eve set the record straight: although she married a (wealthy) white man, she ain't let go of her Ruff Ryder-era paw print tats! 

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Someone tried to come for Remy Ma's flow and said she "fights her beats", but you know how Remy roll. 

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When they said Lil Yachty's hair looks like "licorice" and his teeth were "f**kin M&Ms", though.

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Did y'all see Big Sean basically reenact his cellphone meme?! 

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This whole thing had us on the floor!

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As always, we dig the sense of humor of anyone who participates in these. 




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Tonja Renée Stidhum is a writer/director made of sugar and spice and everything rice. She has the uncanny ability to make a Disney reference and a double entendre in the same sentence.