Will Hagle blames Young Chop for getting “Guap” stuck in his head.
Gangsta Gibbs. Young Chop On The Beat. Retrospectively the greatest, most unexpected soundtrack possible for the Mike Tyson v. Evander Holyfield fight. The build-up to the inevitable biting of the ear consists of standard Gibbs hook-and-verse brutalization. Violence on violence. Gibbs verbal pummeling mirrors the ferocious hooks and jabs tossed by Tyson. Tyson gets Holyfield against the ropes with the type of relentlessness Gibbs unfailingly employs in his flow. I charge $10 per boxing analogy and every one is a guaranteed knockout. I can’t apologize enough.
Based on a quick perusal of Gibbs’ Vine account, he was back in Gary for the holiday weekend. This social media sleuthing leads me to two conclusions. The first: his uncle Big Time Watts still deserves six seasons and a movie. Air his incoherent ramblings and zany one-liners on ESGN primetime. Slot it between looped fights from Raging Bull set to Midwestgangstaboxframecadillacmuzik. How are cable providers still struggling with the networks when there are goldmine ideas out there like this?