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Dead End Hip Hop | Webisode 17: Twitter Beef is NOT Hip Hop

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Dead End Hip Hop | Webisode 17: Twitter Beef is NOT Hip Hop

Twitter has been an integral part of hip hop over the last few years. Naturally, in a genre as competitive as hip hop, you expect beefs. Beef that has taken the stage on Twitter. Take for instance last week. Keyshia Cole and Lil Kim exchanged words on the great social platform over friendship. Yes, friendship. Dead End Hip Hop takes a look this week at Twitter and it’s impact on hip hop.

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