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Really, when I first heard that Benzino had beef with Em, I supported Em, untill i took the time to listen to this crap! Jeez! If your going to attack somebody, make sure that you actually have half decent music to back it up! And lastly, calling Eminem a racist, then make fun of him for being white? Threaten his daughter? Low, real low. Maybe when he can afford a library card, he can get on the computer and read what people think of him.

Benzino Is Garbage.

Benzino is the worst rapper ever. His songs are awful, painful to listen to. And how does he have the nerve to get into a fued with Eminem, the greatest rapper alive. I mean really, you got burned by Em and you mean nothing to the genre of hip hop.

piece of crap

eminem will beat you down boston b$#$h


Born: July 18, 1965

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Benzino may be a rapper, but he's far better known for his disrepute, in particular the discredit he brought to The Source, once the leading rap music magazine. No stranger to controversy, Benzino was long plagued by scandal, from a 1992 incident with the Boston police that drove Tommy Boy Records to drop his group the Almighty RSO from its recording contract on account of "One in the Chamba" (a "Cop Killer" knockoff); to his partnership with David Mays, co-owner of The Source, which he used to promote...
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