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Tuesday, November 21, 2023

HOT: Twitter thread explains why MC Hammer is the most dangerous artists in the industry as rappers dissed him because of his appearance and music

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Twitter thread explains why MC Hammer is the most dangerous artists in the industry as rappers dissed him because of his appearance and music.

X THREAD OF MC Hammer:

As MC Hammer rose to fame, rappers dissed him because of his appearance and music. What they didn’t know, was that Hammer was arguably one of the most dangerous artists in the industry.

MC Hammer had strong ties in his hometown of Oakland, California. Hammer had family, and friends that were heavy in the streets, and he took care of them as his wealth grew.

MC Hammer mentioned LL’s name in his song “Let’s Get It Started” in 1987. LL responded in 1990, on his track “To da Break of Dawn.” 

Hammer’s people pulled up on LL Cool J after one of his shows, and after an argument LL got punched. Later on LL and Hammer hashed out their issues and got back cool. 

MC Hammer & LL Cool J pictured together. 3rd Bass dissed MC Hammer and mentioned his mother in their song “The Cactus.” 

MC Hammer took the insult seriously, and as 3rd Bass traveled to Los Angeles, MC Hammer’s brother allegedly phoned Def Jam, and told them the group would die as soon as they got to Los Angeles. 

A $50,000 bounty was put on 3rd Bass, and MC Serch was the special target. Eric B confirmed the hit to MC Serch. 

The Rollin 60’s were hired for the job. Russell Simmons asked Barefoot Pookie to protect 3rd Bass while they were in Los Angeles. 

MC Serch was at the mall with his girl, and while signing autographs he was approached by some crips that were there. Pookie stopped them from harming Serch. 
MC Serch went on radio the following day and called MC Hammer a b*tch, moments later the Rollin 60’s called the station and said Serch was going to die. 

MC Serch and the rest of 3rd Bass left the station, and were followed by the Rollin 60’s, who began pointing their weapons ready to shoot. 

MC Serch had to do 25 years worth of therapy to get over the situation, and MC Hammer refuted Serch’s claims. Ice Cube released the video to “True to The Game,” which featured symbolism of a rapper selling out and crossing over into pop culture. The video was perceived as a diss towards MC Hammer. 

MC Hammer was chilling at a hotel one day, with the person on the phone informing Hammer that Cube was at a Roscoe’s in Hollywood. 

MC Hammer caught Cube leaving the establishment, and questioned Cube about the video. 

Hammer told Cube to never let that happen again, and Cube said “no sir that won’t happen again.”

MC Hammer signed with Death Row in 1995, after Suge reached out to him the year before. Hammer left the label after Tupac’s death. 

Hammer was one of the only people Suge never tested in the industry out of fear. Redman dissed MC Hammer on his debut album, and Hammer went looking for Redman. 

Hammer caught up with Redman when Redman and EPMD came to Oakland. They saw each other and MC Hammer told him “Red, imma tell you something you young, but I don’t allow nobody to talk about my mama.” 

Red responded and said “Yes sir.”


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