Fight Club: When Rappers Throw HandsPublished by Rondell Conway on Monday, July 9, 2012 at 8:38 pm.
Fight Club: When Rappers Throw Hands
Bad boys move in silence? Not the case this weekend when Cali rap foes Game and 40 Glocc clashed after a mansion party in Los Angeles. Game caught a good portion of the fight on video, which showed Big Bad 40 on the wrong end of the rumble. The footage was promptly released on the Web for all to see. But if the fisticuffs shock you, you haven’t been paying attention: Rappers have been throwing down for decades now. Click on for more notable rap-related fisticuffs.
Mobb Deep and Saigon
After a long-running conflict, Mobb’s Prodigy and Saigon traded fisticuffs in an onstage melee at New York club S.O.B.’s in 2007. Thankfully, no one left with a nosebone-inflicted stab wound to the brain.
Joe Budden and Wu-Tang Clan
Joe and the Wu first began beefing when Joe criticized Vibe magazine for ranking Method Man higher than him on a best MCs list. Apparently, a promoter wasn’t paying attention, and Joe’s Slaughtahouse ended up on the same bill as Wu on 2009’s Rock the Bells tour. Rae and other Wu-ssociates approached Joe backstage at a show in San Bernardino, Calif., and left him holding a “Glaciers of Ice” pack to his eye.
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