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Papoose Declares He’s ‘King Of recent York’ On Mixtape

28 Sep

With a staggering amount of mixtape material, collaborations with a few of rap’s biggest names while also known for packing a lyrical punch, Brooklyn veteran rapper Papoose has now boldly claimed that he reigns because the top rapper in his native Ny. Taking to Twitter within the wee hours of the night, Papoose has furiously tweeted his claim and challenging people on his timeline to offer the self-proclaimed “King Of latest York City” with a worthy challenger to his personal throne.

News of Papoose’s claim took fire at the social media network within the type of a top trending topic that read “#PapooseSaid” with fans railing at the claim. Yesterday, Papoose tweeted, “I’m the king of latest York city” – with some fans responding to the brand new claim with support and defiance. Because the night raged on Papoose hit his timeline with a barrage of tweets regarding his bold statement, urging his supporters to retweet him in agreement. Papoose started to rattle off his accomplishments all while amassing both support and heavy criticism for his statement. The Kay Slay protégé proudly shared tweets from both his fans and critics, seemingly delighting in all the attention because of his new title. Papoose managed to fireplace off one last salvo to his detractors, asking, “I’m the king of latest york why u mad?”

Papoose first rose to prominence at the mixtape scene in 2004, although he’s been within the industry because the late 90s. Papoose made headlines when he signed a $1.5 million dollar handle Jive Records in 2006. That very same year, Papoose was featured on Busta Rhyme’s remix for the hit song “Touch It.” Papoose could also be the husband of currently incarcerated rapper Remy Ma.

What do you think that of Papoose calling himself the king of latest York? Do you settle or disagree? Tweet to us at @MTVRapFix or leave us a comment below.

Tags Busta Rhymes, DJ Kay Slay, Papoose, Remy Ma



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Posted by on September 28, 2011 in Magazine

 

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