This DJ has serious beef with Drake
Drake wouldn’t have been the toughest kid in my Hebrew school
After the Drake/Meek feud started, countless members of the hip hop community chimed in, taking sides and voicing their opinions. The conflict did, however, represent a larger divide in the trajectory of rap: well-funded, highly-produced megastars vs. self-made, hard-born
Hot 97’s Peter Rosenberg weighed in on the fracas yesterday with a series of tweets, saying, “Your content is MEANINGLESS”
“Drake wouldn’t have been the toughest kid in my hebrew school”
“dont try to be hard please…EVER”
Apparently, Rosenberg felt that Drake had burned HOT 97 while in New York and now Meek in Philly, about which he could no longer hold his tongue. He called Drake out by handle in his tweets. Drake has yet to respond.
Drake V. Rosenberg
So Peter Rosenberg is the co-host of a show on Hot 97 and ESPN. And he does have some okay burns, I mean, Drake might not have been the toughest kid in his Hebrew school. Maybe he went to a really ratchet
Hebrew in the West Bank or something. IDK. But does the opinion of this DJ really matter in a quarrel between Drake and Meek?
Maybe so. Hip hop was born of self-made lyricists who pulled themselves up by their own boot straps with the only thing that they had: their words. Since, the hip hop community has become increasingly divided between those who come from the streets, and those, like Drake, born of privilege, whose careers have been built on nepotism and the words of ghostwriters.
So, is the Degrassi-star-fashioned-musician a total fraud? Or should Peter Rosenberg shut up and stop feeding this fire? Let us know in the comments and SHARE this article. And ask yourself, what would Biggie/Tupac do?