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Rich Homie Quan had one job

… and he blew it

12:28 PMCoogi (although it wasn’t “down to the socks“)? Check. Butter Timbs? Check. Lil’ Kim by his side ready to run through the 1995 Junior M.A.F.I.A. hit single, “Get Money.” Check.

Monday night’s VH1 Hip Hop Honors should have been all about celebrating the genre’s heroines such as Salt-N-Pepa, Missy Elliot, the aforementioned Lil’ Kim, Queen Latifah and more. And, you know what? It absolutely was. But all anyone can talk about is rapper Rich Homie Quan’s gaffe that certainly has people — wait for it — feeling “some type of way.

Rich Homie Quan not only stumbled through the lyrics of The Notorious B.I.G.’s verse on “Get Money,” he straight forgot them altogether, leaving Lil’ Kim to pull double duty. I can understand dropping the ball on “Notorious Thugs,” or “Everyday Struggle” or “Who Shot Ya?” While they’re classics in their own right, those aren’t pop-culture staples the way the Junior M.A.F.I.A. banger is. But you absolutely cannot desecrate “Get Money.” Especially when they’ve got you on tape saying this before the damn show!

To be fair, I get it, people make mistakes. Performing someone else’s songs isn’t as easy as it seems. And there’s a certain level of pressure that comes with spitting a legend’s lyrics. Lupe Fiasco caught flak in 2007 for a two-bar mishap on the late Phife Dawg’s verse from A Tribe Called Quest’s “Electric Relaxation.” But with Fiasco, it was a minor fender bender compared to the 20-car pileup that was Rich Homie Quan’s.

And, look, I like quite a bit of Rich Homie Quan’s music. That first Rich Gang tape with Young Thug was incredible. But a spade has to be called a spade — you can’t be out here having Biggie choke on his T-bone steak, cheese eggs and Welch’s grape up in heaven. Rich Homie Quan, you signed a damn contract. Know the damn lyrics!

Needless to say, his blunder wasn’t lost on social media:

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12:28 PMCoogi (although it wasn’t “down to the socks“)? Check. Butter Timbs? Check. Lil’ Kim by his side ready to run through the 1995 Junior M.A.F.I.A. hit single, “Get Money.” Check.

Monday night’s VH1 Hip Hop Honors should have been all about celebrating the genre’s heroines such as Salt-N-Pepa, Missy Elliot, the aforementioned Lil’ Kim, Queen Latifah and more. And, you know what? It absolutely was. But all anyone can talk about is rapper Rich Homie Quan’s gaffe that certainly has people — wait for it — feeling “some type of way.

Rich Homie Quan not only stumbled through the lyrics of The Notorious B.I.G.’s verse on “Get Money,” he straight forgot them altogether, leaving Lil’ Kim to pull double duty. I can understand dropping the ball on “Notorious Thugs,” or “Everyday Struggle” or “Who Shot Ya?” While they’re classics in their own right, those aren’t pop-culture staples the way the Junior M.A.F.I.A. banger is. But you absolutely cannot desecrate “Get Money.” Especially when they’ve got you on tape saying this before the damn show!

To be fair, I get it, people make mistakes. Performing someone else’s songs isn’t as easy as it seems. And there’s a certain level of pressure that comes with spitting a legend’s lyrics. Lupe Fiasco caught flak in 2007 for a two-bar mishap on the late Phife Dawg’s verse from A Tribe Called Quest’s “Electric Relaxation.” But with Fiasco, it was a minor fender bender compared to the 20-car pileup that was Rich Homie Quan’s.

And, look, I like quite a bit of Rich Homie Quan’s music. That first Rich Gang tape with Young Thug was incredible. But a spade has to be called a spade — you can’t be out here having Biggie choke on his T-bone steak, cheese eggs and Welch’s grape up in heaven. Rich Homie Quan, you signed a damn contract. Know the damn lyrics!

Needless to say, his blunder wasn’t lost on social media:

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12:28 PMCoogi (although it wasn’t “down to the socks“)? Check. Butter Timbs? Check. Lil’ Kim by his side ready to run through the 1995 Junior M.A.F.I.A. hit single, “Get Money.” Check.

Monday night’s VH1 Hip Hop Honors should have been all about celebrating the genre’s heroines such as Salt-N-Pepa, Missy Elliot, the aforementioned Lil’ Kim, Queen Latifah and more. And, you know what? It absolutely was. But all anyone can talk about is rapper Rich Homie Quan’s gaffe that certainly has people — wait for it — feeling “some type of way.

Rich Homie Quan not only stumbled through the lyrics of The Notorious B.I.G.’s verse on “Get Money,” he straight forgot them altogether, leaving Lil’ Kim to pull double duty. I can understand dropping the ball on “Notorious Thugs,” or “Everyday Struggle” or “Who Shot Ya?” While they’re classics in their own right, those aren’t pop-culture staples the way the Junior M.A.F.I.A. banger is. But you absolutely cannot desecrate “Get Money.” Especially when they’ve got you on tape saying this before the damn show!

To be fair, I get it, people make mistakes. Performing someone else’s songs isn’t as easy as it seems. And there’s a certain level of pressure that comes with spitting a legend’s lyrics. Lupe Fiasco caught flak in 2007 for a two-bar mishap on the late Phife Dawg’s verse from A Tribe Called Quest’s “Electric Relaxation.” But with Fiasco, it was a minor fender bender compared to the 20-car pileup that was Rich Homie Quan’s.

And, look, I like quite a bit of Rich Homie Quan’s music. That first Rich Gang tape with Young Thug was incredible. But a spade has to be called a spade — you can’t be out here having Biggie choke on his T-bone steak, cheese eggs and Welch’s grape up in heaven. Rich Homie Quan, you signed a damn contract. Know the damn lyrics!

Needless to say, his blunder wasn’t lost on social media:

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12:28 PMCoogi (although it wasn’t “down to the socks“)? Check. Butter Timbs? Check. Lil’ Kim by his side ready to run through the 1995 Junior M.A.F.I.A. hit single, “Get Money.” Check.

Monday night’s VH1 Hip Hop Honors should have been all about celebrating the genre’s heroines such as Salt-N-Pepa, Missy Elliot, the aforementioned Lil’ Kim, Queen Latifah and more. And, you know what? It absolutely was. But all anyone can talk about is rapper Rich Homie Quan’s gaffe that certainly has people — wait for it — feeling “some type of way.

Rich Homie Quan not only stumbled through the lyrics of The Notorious B.I.G.’s verse on “Get Money,” he straight forgot them altogether, leaving Lil’ Kim to pull double duty. I can understand dropping the ball on “Notorious Thugs,” or “Everyday Struggle” or “Who Shot Ya?” While they’re classics in their own right, those aren’t pop-culture staples the way the Junior M.A.F.I.A. banger is. But you absolutely cannot desecrate “Get Money.” Especially when they’ve got you on tape saying this before the damn show!

To be fair, I get it, people make mistakes. Performing someone else’s songs isn’t as easy as it seems. And there’s a certain level of pressure that comes with spitting a legend’s lyrics. Lupe Fiasco caught flak in 2007 for a two-bar mishap on the late Phife Dawg’s verse from A Tribe Called Quest’s “Electric Relaxation.” But with Fiasco, it was a minor fender bender compared to the 20-car pileup that was Rich Homie Quan’s.

And, look, I like quite a bit of Rich Homie Quan’s music. That first Rich Gang tape with Young Thug was incredible. But a spade has to be called a spade — you can’t be out here having Biggie choke on his T-bone steak, cheese eggs and Welch’s grape up in heaven. Rich Homie Quan, you signed a damn contract. Know the damn lyrics!

Needless to say, his blunder wasn’t lost on social media:

Daily Dose: 7/11/16

Protests continue throughout the weekend

12:28 PMCoogi (although it wasn’t “down to the socks“)? Check. Butter Timbs? Check. Lil’ Kim by his side ready to run through the 1995 Junior M.A.F.I.A. hit single, “Get Money.” Check.

Monday night’s VH1 Hip Hop Honors should have been all about celebrating the genre’s heroines such as Salt-N-Pepa, Missy Elliot, the aforementioned Lil’ Kim, Queen Latifah and more. And, you know what? It absolutely was. But all anyone can talk about is rapper Rich Homie Quan’s gaffe that certainly has people — wait for it — feeling “some type of way.

Rich Homie Quan not only stumbled through the lyrics of The Notorious B.I.G.’s verse on “Get Money,” he straight forgot them altogether, leaving Lil’ Kim to pull double duty. I can understand dropping the ball on “Notorious Thugs,” or “Everyday Struggle” or “Who Shot Ya?” While they’re classics in their own right, those aren’t pop-culture staples the way the Junior M.A.F.I.A. banger is. But you absolutely cannot desecrate “Get Money.” Especially when they’ve got you on tape saying this before the damn show!

To be fair, I get it, people make mistakes. Performing someone else’s songs isn’t as easy as it seems. And there’s a certain level of pressure that comes with spitting a legend’s lyrics. Lupe Fiasco caught flak in 2007 for a two-bar mishap on the late Phife Dawg’s verse from A Tribe Called Quest’s “Electric Relaxation.” But with Fiasco, it was a minor fender bender compared to the 20-car pileup that was Rich Homie Quan’s.

And, look, I like quite a bit of Rich Homie Quan’s music. That first Rich Gang tape with Young Thug was incredible. But a spade has to be called a spade — you can’t be out here having Biggie choke on his T-bone steak, cheese eggs and Welch’s grape up in heaven. Rich Homie Quan, you signed a damn contract. Know the damn lyrics!

Needless to say, his blunder wasn’t lost on social media:

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gets a tribute mural in the parking lot where he died

12:28 PMCoogi (although it wasn’t “down to the socks“)? Check. Butter Timbs? Check. Lil’ Kim by his side ready to run through the 1995 Junior M.A.F.I.A. hit single, “Get Money.” Check.

Monday night’s VH1 Hip Hop Honors should have been all about celebrating the genre’s heroines such as Salt-N-Pepa, Missy Elliot, the aforementioned Lil’ Kim, Queen Latifah and more. And, you know what? It absolutely was. But all anyone can talk about is rapper Rich Homie Quan’s gaffe that certainly has people — wait for it — feeling “some type of way.

Rich Homie Quan not only stumbled through the lyrics of The Notorious B.I.G.’s verse on “Get Money,” he straight forgot them altogether, leaving Lil’ Kim to pull double duty. I can understand dropping the ball on “Notorious Thugs,” or “Everyday Struggle” or “Who Shot Ya?” While they’re classics in their own right, those aren’t pop-culture staples the way the Junior M.A.F.I.A. banger is. But you absolutely cannot desecrate “Get Money.” Especially when they’ve got you on tape saying this before the damn show!

To be fair, I get it, people make mistakes. Performing someone else’s songs isn’t as easy as it seems. And there’s a certain level of pressure that comes with spitting a legend’s lyrics. Lupe Fiasco caught flak in 2007 for a two-bar mishap on the late Phife Dawg’s verse from A Tribe Called Quest’s “Electric Relaxation.” But with Fiasco, it was a minor fender bender compared to the 20-car pileup that was Rich Homie Quan’s.

And, look, I like quite a bit of Rich Homie Quan’s music. That first Rich Gang tape with Young Thug was incredible. But a spade has to be called a spade — you can’t be out here having Biggie choke on his T-bone steak, cheese eggs and Welch’s grape up in heaven. Rich Homie Quan, you signed a damn contract. Know the damn lyrics!

Needless to say, his blunder wasn’t lost on social media:

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12:28 PMCoogi (although it wasn’t “down to the socks“)? Check. Butter Timbs? Check. Lil’ Kim by his side ready to run through the 1995 Junior M.A.F.I.A. hit single, “Get Money.” Check.

Monday night’s VH1 Hip Hop Honors should have been all about celebrating the genre’s heroines such as Salt-N-Pepa, Missy Elliot, the aforementioned Lil’ Kim, Queen Latifah and more. And, you know what? It absolutely was. But all anyone can talk about is rapper Rich Homie Quan’s gaffe that certainly has people — wait for it — feeling “some type of way.

Rich Homie Quan not only stumbled through the lyrics of The Notorious B.I.G.’s verse on “Get Money,” he straight forgot them altogether, leaving Lil’ Kim to pull double duty. I can understand dropping the ball on “Notorious Thugs,” or “Everyday Struggle” or “Who Shot Ya?” While they’re classics in their own right, those aren’t pop-culture staples the way the Junior M.A.F.I.A. banger is. But you absolutely cannot desecrate “Get Money.” Especially when they’ve got you on tape saying this before the damn show!

To be fair, I get it, people make mistakes. Performing someone else’s songs isn’t as easy as it seems. And there’s a certain level of pressure that comes with spitting a legend’s lyrics. Lupe Fiasco caught flak in 2007 for a two-bar mishap on the late Phife Dawg’s verse from A Tribe Called Quest’s “Electric Relaxation.” But with Fiasco, it was a minor fender bender compared to the 20-car pileup that was Rich Homie Quan’s.

And, look, I like quite a bit of Rich Homie Quan’s music. That first Rich Gang tape with Young Thug was incredible. But a spade has to be called a spade — you can’t be out here having Biggie choke on his T-bone steak, cheese eggs and Welch’s grape up in heaven. Rich Homie Quan, you signed a damn contract. Know the damn lyrics!

Needless to say, his blunder wasn’t lost on social media:

Daily Dose: 7/8/16

Heal yourself first, America

12:28 PMCoogi (although it wasn’t “down to the socks“)? Check. Butter Timbs? Check. Lil’ Kim by his side ready to run through the 1995 Junior M.A.F.I.A. hit single, “Get Money.” Check.

Monday night’s VH1 Hip Hop Honors should have been all about celebrating the genre’s heroines such as Salt-N-Pepa, Missy Elliot, the aforementioned Lil’ Kim, Queen Latifah and more. And, you know what? It absolutely was. But all anyone can talk about is rapper Rich Homie Quan’s gaffe that certainly has people — wait for it — feeling “some type of way.

Rich Homie Quan not only stumbled through the lyrics of The Notorious B.I.G.’s verse on “Get Money,” he straight forgot them altogether, leaving Lil’ Kim to pull double duty. I can understand dropping the ball on “Notorious Thugs,” or “Everyday Struggle” or “Who Shot Ya?” While they’re classics in their own right, those aren’t pop-culture staples the way the Junior M.A.F.I.A. banger is. But you absolutely cannot desecrate “Get Money.” Especially when they’ve got you on tape saying this before the damn show!

To be fair, I get it, people make mistakes. Performing someone else’s songs isn’t as easy as it seems. And there’s a certain level of pressure that comes with spitting a legend’s lyrics. Lupe Fiasco caught flak in 2007 for a two-bar mishap on the late Phife Dawg’s verse from A Tribe Called Quest’s “Electric Relaxation.” But with Fiasco, it was a minor fender bender compared to the 20-car pileup that was Rich Homie Quan’s.

And, look, I like quite a bit of Rich Homie Quan’s music. That first Rich Gang tape with Young Thug was incredible. But a spade has to be called a spade — you can’t be out here having Biggie choke on his T-bone steak, cheese eggs and Welch’s grape up in heaven. Rich Homie Quan, you signed a damn contract. Know the damn lyrics!

Needless to say, his blunder wasn’t lost on social media:

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12:28 PMCoogi (although it wasn’t “down to the socks“)? Check. Butter Timbs? Check. Lil’ Kim by his side ready to run through the 1995 Junior M.A.F.I.A. hit single, “Get Money.” Check.

Monday night’s VH1 Hip Hop Honors should have been all about celebrating the genre’s heroines such as Salt-N-Pepa, Missy Elliot, the aforementioned Lil’ Kim, Queen Latifah and more. And, you know what? It absolutely was. But all anyone can talk about is rapper Rich Homie Quan’s gaffe that certainly has people — wait for it — feeling “some type of way.

Rich Homie Quan not only stumbled through the lyrics of The Notorious B.I.G.’s verse on “Get Money,” he straight forgot them altogether, leaving Lil’ Kim to pull double duty. I can understand dropping the ball on “Notorious Thugs,” or “Everyday Struggle” or “Who Shot Ya?” While they’re classics in their own right, those aren’t pop-culture staples the way the Junior M.A.F.I.A. banger is. But you absolutely cannot desecrate “Get Money.” Especially when they’ve got you on tape saying this before the damn show!

To be fair, I get it, people make mistakes. Performing someone else’s songs isn’t as easy as it seems. And there’s a certain level of pressure that comes with spitting a legend’s lyrics. Lupe Fiasco caught flak in 2007 for a two-bar mishap on the late Phife Dawg’s verse from A Tribe Called Quest’s “Electric Relaxation.” But with Fiasco, it was a minor fender bender compared to the 20-car pileup that was Rich Homie Quan’s.

And, look, I like quite a bit of Rich Homie Quan’s music. That first Rich Gang tape with Young Thug was incredible. But a spade has to be called a spade — you can’t be out here having Biggie choke on his T-bone steak, cheese eggs and Welch’s grape up in heaven. Rich Homie Quan, you signed a damn contract. Know the damn lyrics!

Needless to say, his blunder wasn’t lost on social media:

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so you might want to tune in

12:28 PMCoogi (although it wasn’t “down to the socks“)? Check. Butter Timbs? Check. Lil’ Kim by his side ready to run through the 1995 Junior M.A.F.I.A. hit single, “Get Money.” Check.

Monday night’s VH1 Hip Hop Honors should have been all about celebrating the genre’s heroines such as Salt-N-Pepa, Missy Elliot, the aforementioned Lil’ Kim, Queen Latifah and more. And, you know what? It absolutely was. But all anyone can talk about is rapper Rich Homie Quan’s gaffe that certainly has people — wait for it — feeling “some type of way.

Rich Homie Quan not only stumbled through the lyrics of The Notorious B.I.G.’s verse on “Get Money,” he straight forgot them altogether, leaving Lil’ Kim to pull double duty. I can understand dropping the ball on “Notorious Thugs,” or “Everyday Struggle” or “Who Shot Ya?” While they’re classics in their own right, those aren’t pop-culture staples the way the Junior M.A.F.I.A. banger is. But you absolutely cannot desecrate “Get Money.” Especially when they’ve got you on tape saying this before the damn show!

To be fair, I get it, people make mistakes. Performing someone else’s songs isn’t as easy as it seems. And there’s a certain level of pressure that comes with spitting a legend’s lyrics. Lupe Fiasco caught flak in 2007 for a two-bar mishap on the late Phife Dawg’s verse from A Tribe Called Quest’s “Electric Relaxation.” But with Fiasco, it was a minor fender bender compared to the 20-car pileup that was Rich Homie Quan’s.

And, look, I like quite a bit of Rich Homie Quan’s music. That first Rich Gang tape with Young Thug was incredible. But a spade has to be called a spade — you can’t be out here having Biggie choke on his T-bone steak, cheese eggs and Welch’s grape up in heaven. Rich Homie Quan, you signed a damn contract. Know the damn lyrics!

Needless to say, his blunder wasn’t lost on social media:

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It’s America’s favorite game show!

12:28 PMCoogi (although it wasn’t “down to the socks“)? Check. Butter Timbs? Check. Lil’ Kim by his side ready to run through the 1995 Junior M.A.F.I.A. hit single, “Get Money.” Check.

Monday night’s VH1 Hip Hop Honors should have been all about celebrating the genre’s heroines such as Salt-N-Pepa, Missy Elliot, the aforementioned Lil’ Kim, Queen Latifah and more. And, you know what? It absolutely was. But all anyone can talk about is rapper Rich Homie Quan’s gaffe that certainly has people — wait for it — feeling “some type of way.

Rich Homie Quan not only stumbled through the lyrics of The Notorious B.I.G.’s verse on “Get Money,” he straight forgot them altogether, leaving Lil’ Kim to pull double duty. I can understand dropping the ball on “Notorious Thugs,” or “Everyday Struggle” or “Who Shot Ya?” While they’re classics in their own right, those aren’t pop-culture staples the way the Junior M.A.F.I.A. banger is. But you absolutely cannot desecrate “Get Money.” Especially when they’ve got you on tape saying this before the damn show!

To be fair, I get it, people make mistakes. Performing someone else’s songs isn’t as easy as it seems. And there’s a certain level of pressure that comes with spitting a legend’s lyrics. Lupe Fiasco caught flak in 2007 for a two-bar mishap on the late Phife Dawg’s verse from A Tribe Called Quest’s “Electric Relaxation.” But with Fiasco, it was a minor fender bender compared to the 20-car pileup that was Rich Homie Quan’s.

And, look, I like quite a bit of Rich Homie Quan’s music. That first Rich Gang tape with Young Thug was incredible. But a spade has to be called a spade — you can’t be out here having Biggie choke on his T-bone steak, cheese eggs and Welch’s grape up in heaven. Rich Homie Quan, you signed a damn contract. Know the damn lyrics!

Needless to say, his blunder wasn’t lost on social media:

Daily Dose: 7/7/16

Ciara and Russell Wilson tied the knot

12:28 PMCoogi (although it wasn’t “down to the socks“)? Check. Butter Timbs? Check. Lil’ Kim by his side ready to run through the 1995 Junior M.A.F.I.A. hit single, “Get Money.” Check.

Monday night’s VH1 Hip Hop Honors should have been all about celebrating the genre’s heroines such as Salt-N-Pepa, Missy Elliot, the aforementioned Lil’ Kim, Queen Latifah and more. And, you know what? It absolutely was. But all anyone can talk about is rapper Rich Homie Quan’s gaffe that certainly has people — wait for it — feeling “some type of way.

Rich Homie Quan not only stumbled through the lyrics of The Notorious B.I.G.’s verse on “Get Money,” he straight forgot them altogether, leaving Lil’ Kim to pull double duty. I can understand dropping the ball on “Notorious Thugs,” or “Everyday Struggle” or “Who Shot Ya?” While they’re classics in their own right, those aren’t pop-culture staples the way the Junior M.A.F.I.A. banger is. But you absolutely cannot desecrate “Get Money.” Especially when they’ve got you on tape saying this before the damn show!

To be fair, I get it, people make mistakes. Performing someone else’s songs isn’t as easy as it seems. And there’s a certain level of pressure that comes with spitting a legend’s lyrics. Lupe Fiasco caught flak in 2007 for a two-bar mishap on the late Phife Dawg’s verse from A Tribe Called Quest’s “Electric Relaxation.” But with Fiasco, it was a minor fender bender compared to the 20-car pileup that was Rich Homie Quan’s.

And, look, I like quite a bit of Rich Homie Quan’s music. That first Rich Gang tape with Young Thug was incredible. But a spade has to be called a spade — you can’t be out here having Biggie choke on his T-bone steak, cheese eggs and Welch’s grape up in heaven. Rich Homie Quan, you signed a damn contract. Know the damn lyrics!

Needless to say, his blunder wasn’t lost on social media:

Two days, two shootings, two dead black men

This time, it was live-streamed on Facebook

12:28 PMCoogi (although it wasn’t “down to the socks“)? Check. Butter Timbs? Check. Lil’ Kim by his side ready to run through the 1995 Junior M.A.F.I.A. hit single, “Get Money.” Check.

Monday night’s VH1 Hip Hop Honors should have been all about celebrating the genre’s heroines such as Salt-N-Pepa, Missy Elliot, the aforementioned Lil’ Kim, Queen Latifah and more. And, you know what? It absolutely was. But all anyone can talk about is rapper Rich Homie Quan’s gaffe that certainly has people — wait for it — feeling “some type of way.

Rich Homie Quan not only stumbled through the lyrics of The Notorious B.I.G.’s verse on “Get Money,” he straight forgot them altogether, leaving Lil’ Kim to pull double duty. I can understand dropping the ball on “Notorious Thugs,” or “Everyday Struggle” or “Who Shot Ya?” While they’re classics in their own right, those aren’t pop-culture staples the way the Junior M.A.F.I.A. banger is. But you absolutely cannot desecrate “Get Money.” Especially when they’ve got you on tape saying this before the damn show!

To be fair, I get it, people make mistakes. Performing someone else’s songs isn’t as easy as it seems. And there’s a certain level of pressure that comes with spitting a legend’s lyrics. Lupe Fiasco caught flak in 2007 for a two-bar mishap on the late Phife Dawg’s verse from A Tribe Called Quest’s “Electric Relaxation.” But with Fiasco, it was a minor fender bender compared to the 20-car pileup that was Rich Homie Quan’s.

And, look, I like quite a bit of Rich Homie Quan’s music. That first Rich Gang tape with Young Thug was incredible. But a spade has to be called a spade — you can’t be out here having Biggie choke on his T-bone steak, cheese eggs and Welch’s grape up in heaven. Rich Homie Quan, you signed a damn contract. Know the damn lyrics!

Needless to say, his blunder wasn’t lost on social media: