There isn’t a simpler way to express philosophies, cultural relevance and seemingly unimportant ideas than memes. Throughout the years, Hip Hop has had its fair share as well. In fact, some within the culture have benefited tremendously from memes of all type. Some have found interesting ways of flexing their knowledge on the culture at large while others utilize memes to engage in hilarious shit-talking. Just in case you missed some of the funniest takes on life the internet can offer, we’re here to help through memes describing today’s top Hip Hop stories.

This week, we find out how a 2 Chainz interview with a Fox News pundit would possibly play out, DMX meets Steve Wozniak, and Chris Brown thoughts on getting his probation revoked.

What if 2 Chainz debated Fox News’ Megyn Kelly

The biggest talk of the week was Nancy Grace’s cerebral defeat at the hands of 2 Chainz himself. Not only did the debate raise awareness of the serious issue of marijuana legalization but, Titty Boi proved that intelligence is relative in Hip Hop. However, how would that conversation run against Fox News’ Megyn Kelly? Here’s one idea of the pundit’s first statement:

2 Chainz

DMX’s better days

With all the controversy surrounding DMX’s unofficial/official album Redemption of The Beast, recent events seem to further prove the emcee’s downward spiral. Today, we’ll go to “less” turbulent days and remind everyone of that one time X and Steve Wozniak met at LAX. The end result included some of the most hilarious memes of all time like this:

DMX and Steve W

The Current Mindstate of Chris Brown

If things weren’t already bad for Chris Brown last weekend after a shooting interrupted a San Jose performance, his probation was also revoked. Though jail time maybe inevitable, the “Loyal” singer is currently free. Meanwhile, Brown must be saying to himself:

ChrisBrown

Problems at 2014 Forest Hill Drive

DX Features Editor Andre Grant called J. Cole’s 2014 Forest Hill Drive “an honest, vulnerable look into one man’s journey back from the terrors of fame.” The album’s promotional campaign even involved a listening party at his childhood Fayetteville, North Carolina home. Here’s a scenario; tired with jet-lag after touring, Jermaine nears the door of his residence and realizes his keys are lost. What does he do next? Here’s an idea:

J.Cole

Rap game Al Bundy

Some aspiring emcees make it past their humble beginnings to attain almost limitless amounts of grandeur. Others become has-beens doomed to reliving their glory days. Similar to iconic TV dad Al Bundy, a man never seemed to move past his times of high school football. Considering Young Zee’s current news run, he could officially be considered the rap game Al Bundy. Here’s to a better 2015:

MWC