No one would dare tease them now
October is near. And if you didn’t know, October is National Bullying Awareness Month. Created by PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center, this year marks the 10th year anniversary of the campaign that unites communities across the U.S. to educate and raise awareness on bullying and prevention.
The hip hop industry can identify with bullying when it comes to rap beef and sending “shots” to another rapper. Rappers are known to be tough as nails. It’s in their nature to have a hardcore demeanor. But they haven’t always been that way. Some of your toughest rappers know a thing or two about bullying. From being shoved into lockers to being called the “F” word, these rappers were bullied as kids.