In today's episode of Slang Editorial I discuss how prison and rap go hand-in-hand like peanut butter and jelly.

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  • JaneIsBlazin

    Claps, observant funny and true.

  • n at the double

    word

  • J_EaRLy

    Do you sleep? seriously..

  • http://rockthedub.com khal

    whoever made peanut butter & jelly is a fucking genius.

  • el hombre

    why are all you're writings so inconclusive?

  • http://www.wikipedia.org TheFuckingTruth

    "whoever made peanut butter & jelly is a fucking genius."

    That's the truth, PB&J is probably the greatest combination of anything, ever.

  • MV808

    Depends on what type of rap/hip hop you listen to.

    No one ever confused rappers (especially those who catch a case) for intelligent people. It's a generalization, but true for the most part and no different than prison/rap generalization. Rap (especially mainstream rap that reaches the masses) is entertainment and most people who buy/listen-to rap albums know this. Sure, there are the young knuckleheadz that think they're untouchable until something happens in their life that puts it all in perspective - the 40 minute chase resulting from jacking Sam Goody. It's comical when rappers think they're above the law and start living the fictional rap persona they created.

  • Haight

    wow looked up that big lurch shit.....shits fuckeddddd up.

  • robertTHEallen

    best article so far imo.

  • http://www.afacinfo.org/ Ayana Rockstad

    I’d be inclined to grant with you here. Which is not something I typically do! I love reading a post that will make people think. Also, thanks for allowing me to speak my mind!