How the internet is changing the rapping 'game'

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From Wiz Whalifa and Kanye West, to 50 Cent and Rick Ross, more and more rappers and hip-hop artists are taking their 'beefs' online.

This week’s Twitter feud between rappers Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa taught us two things:

1) Never air your dirty laundry online 


2) How the internet has now become the place for artists to their ‘fighting’ 

Online and emotional abuse can now be a lot more powerful than taking things out on the street or physically settling a disagreement with some fisty cuffs. 

Taking to Smallzy, prominent American hip-hop artist Kid Ink revealed how the internet has changed the way fellow rappers interact with eachother and how they're hiriing people to stay on top of the rapping 'game' from an online sense.


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He makes some really interesting points...

Written By Alice Joyce

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