10 Rappers Who Should Join Tinder
Are you looking for love? Then you should be looking on Tinder. The online dating app, originally released in late 2012, is enjoying a spike in popularity right now due to its easy-to-use interface, its addictiveness, and its ability to pair up people who are attracted to one another.
It's easier than walking up to someone at a bar and gauging whether or not they're interested in you. Tinder allows you to scan through dozens of people in your area very quickly. And, best of all, you don't run the risk of embarrassing yourself in the process, because you can only talk to people who "like" or show an interest in you on Tinder. So why aren't you on it?
On Saturday, that's the question that Questlove asked himself right before he signed up for Tinder. And while it doesn't sound like he had a very positive experience on the social networking site—he got rid of his account less than 24 hours later—it got us thinking why more rappers haven't flocked to Tinder? It sounds like the best way for an up-and-coming hip-hop bachelor or a seasoned rap veteran to steer clear of groupies and meet a nice young lady. So with that in mind, here are the 10 rappers who could benefit from joining Tinder.