Metta World PeaceThe baller-rapper formerly known as Ron Artest doesn’t need an iPhone or BlackBerry to spit. He’s got a $40 phone and “that ringtone chrome” (damn). Ron Ron, aka Crazy Pills, used to pop up on Kayslay mixtapes (and he’s on a Max B song, too), so he’s no stranger to the rap game. You can catch his old video blog where he works out and gives us a tour of the studio in his car – really exciting stuff. Here he employs the timeless “no homo” adage when he tells foes that they can “go low – I’m not talking going low on me.” He stutters and does a horribly forced rapper chuckle. You go from cringing, to laughing, to being thankful that it’s over when the video ends. #NeverForget when he got Nas, Fat Joe, Birdman, Paul Wall and Tony Yayo to be on his mixtape.
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