The Searing Words Of A Rapper’s Beef


UJW 2017 Miles

Reporter: Miles Peterson

UJW Winter/Spring 2017

Over time, it’s been called “Yo Mama Jokes”, the Dozens,” and other names.  In modern rap music, it’s called “beef”. By any title, it’s all the same: verbal battles.  But when do rap beefs go too far?  UJW Sophomore Miles Peterson of Benjamin Banneker High School in Washington, DC investigates…

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