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, Meek Mill feels the wrath of 50 Cent and social media drags Stacey Dash after disparaging comments about BET.
50 Cent Destroys Meek Mill In His Favorite Way
Following a surprise attack from Meek Mill on his 4/4 project releasing last weekend, 50 Cent’s response was brutal. Here’s a collection of some of the most damaging Instagram post from G-Unit’s leader.
Social Media Was Just As Ruthless To Meek
Everywhere from Twitter to Instagram followed in the footsteps of Fiddy and added more to the thoroughly embarrassing onslaught.
The Biggest Question Regarding 50 Cent vs. Meek Mill
For someone who spent half of last year getting “bodied by a singin’ nigga,” Mill really thought he could take it to Curtis Jackson.
That Moment “Back To Back” Hits Home
“Back To Back” wasn’t solely about Drizzy’s way of cutting Meek down to size. The genius came from the diss track catering to females. Hence, utilization of the uncomfortable Ye meme usage.
J. Cole Confused Meme
Though the interview of J. Cole on Power 105 in promoting his 2014 Forest Hill Drive dates back over a year ago, there’s always new, creative ways social media manages to use the image.
DJ Khaled’s Thoughts On Stacey Dash
Though it’s been a challenge in finding out who DJ Khaled referred to as “they” were in regards to them not wanting victory for anyone, maybe it was Stacey Dash all along.
Who Would The Racial Draft Trade Stacey Dash For?
One of Mos Def’s most popular acting roles came from his time on The Chappelle Show in the “Racial Draft” skit. If there was any need for a racial draft, black America would definitely trade Stacey Dash for Adele.
The Black Delegation would probably trade Dash for Rachel Dolezal without hesitation.
Another Chance To Dab
The Dab is in the running to become America’s most popular dance since The Nene. Of course, this means more memes celebrating various references.