Action Bronson ‘Fuck, That’s Delicious!’

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New Show Alert.

Enroute to Vancouver, Bronson and friends hit up the Pacific Northwest for some salmon, weed, chicken, lamb.

 

Previously:

Action Bronson’s Cable Network series kicks off their first online episode. While on the road in D.C., Atlanta, and Miami, Bam Bam and company hit up some fine food spots including BBQ, bay scallops and papaya.

 

Action Bronson explores more French cuisine and this time Chef Boulud introduces the pressed duck in his latest episode.

Action wanted to try pressed duck—or canard à la presse, as the French would say—so we got in touch with Daniel Boulud and made it happen. The dish takes about five days to prepare and is finished tableside in a silver “duck press.” Then, the sauce is made in front of the table using the juices from the duck whisked together with wine, Cognac, and some other agents of deliciousness. Chef Boulud was also nice enough to pop a bottle of 1983 Guigal Cote Rotie for the occasion, and in return, Action told him how to write a rap album

 

Action takes to Jamaica and spices our life in his latest episode.

As Action Bronson’s presence in the “Food World” becomes more permanent, new and diverse opportunities are popping up for the self proclaimed Human Highlight Reel. This time it popped up in the most beautiful location possible, Goldeneye Resort in Oracabessa, Jamaica. The event was entitled Nyam Jam, and even before Action knew exactly what it was, he agreed to attend. As stated in the video, there was not a single bad bite of food, and if you love hot sauces and various pepper spreads, then you really couldn’t do much better. Mr. Bronson honed in on a calabasa slaw prepared by visiting Puerto Rican chef, Jose Enrique and a smoked chicken sandwich from Jamaican grill master, Gariel Ferguson. His experience at Nyam Jam inspired him so much, that upon his arrival back in New York, he immediately got cow foot stew and ate in the parking lot of Home Depot. One love.

 

 

VICE is set to launch their cable channel on February 29. But before it does, here’s the trailer for Action’s show featuring Meyhem Lauren, Big Body Les, and our pal, The Alchemist.

Action Bronson is back with another episode of his culinary series. Linking with Mike Rojas, the truffle hustlers hit the kitchen to explore white truffles before ending their day feasting.

Episode 12:

Action is back on his culinary shit. Filmed last year in Hawaii, we see Action getting busy with beets and BBQ while catering for the Pipe Masters event. Surfs up.

Episode 11:

Action’s still in La Land. And this time, he returns to Ink with Chef Michael Voltaggio.

Mr. Wonderful has inspired some serious food over the last couple of weeks. We’ve shown you “Easy Rider”-inspired stuffed quail, wild mushroom risotto set to “Baby Blue,” and now you can add octopus shawarma and char siu lamb belly to that list.

Episode 10:

Action’s ‘Fuck, That’s Delicious!’ series is back with another round of their special segment, “Food Inspired by The Album”. Pick up Mr. Wonderful here.

In the second installment of Food Inspired by the Album. . . . Mr. Wonderful, Action Bronson visits an old friend: Chef Michael White at Marea. To start things up, Action plays his new tracks “Terry,” “Baby Blue,” and “Falconry” for Chef White to get him in the right state of mind before they take to the kitchen. While Bronson has been previously documented dining at Marea, he had yet to step behind the line and actually cook with the chef in the restaurant until now. Action also offers his first public foray into the world of wine pairings, asking Marea’s wine director—Francesco Grosso—to choose the wines that would pair up best with dishes that he and Michael prepared. This episode will satisfy the cravings of gourmands and hip-hop aficionados alike.

 

Episode 9:

You are now cooking with the best. Says Vice:

In this video, Action Bronson’s food TV dreams come true. Bam Bam gets a no-holds barred tour of Eataly from his culinary idol, Mario Batali: they sampled salumi and formaggi, create pizzas, and dine on a stuffed fried quail so delicious-looking, you will want to eat right through your screen. Thanks for watching, and go buy the album Mr. Wonderful right here.

 

Episode 8:

Action ‘s California dreaming on the eight episode of Fuck, That’s Delicious. While out west he hooks up with our pal, The Alchemist and B-Real. This should be good.

In this episode of Fuck, That’s Delicious we head to the land of juice bars and drive-by’s: California. While in the Golden State, we check in with The Alchemist during a recording session, catch a culinary performance at the Odd Future Carnival, and get some Hollywood power lunch tips from Simon Rex at Ink. As if all that isn’t enough, Action meets up with B-Real for tacos on the East Side, and then balances it all out with a spectacular cauliflower recipe. That’s some California love.

Episode 7:

Action’s celebrating his birthday today and in the latest episode of Fuck, That’s Delicious he visits eateries in Queens and Manhattan. Ride along.

In this nocturnal edition of Fuck, That’s Delicious, Action Bronson shows us some of his favorite late-night go-to’s for midnight snacking. From the most Northern parts of Queens to Washington Heights, the FTD audience will get a well-curated tour of New York City’s lesser-known after-dark eateries. We also get a chance to see Mr. Wonderful flex his culinary prowess while whipping up an ice cream sundae comprised of ingredients sourced solely from the Lower East Side. Getting around to all of these special places on the fly was no easy feat, so we enlisted super-cabbie Charlie to help us get the job done.

 

Episode 6:

Mr. Wonderful’s back in Europe and makes his rounds in Denmark and Italy. Back in the states, he hits up Chicago ‘s Weiner Circle and hooks up with Mike Ditka.

We begin our journey as Action is leaving the world’s number one restaurant—Copenhagen’s Noma—and don’t stop until we hit Chicago’s Weiner Circle with Riff Raff. Along the way, we hit up a private barbecue at Amass, enjoy a private meal cheffed by Lee Tiernan, plow through the whole menu at Hot Doug’s, and share some prime cuts with Coach Ditka.

 

Episode 5:

Well, it looks like it at least. In the 5th episode of Action’s ‘Fuck, That’s Delicioius!’, Bam Bam hits the Big Easy for some lamb necks and alligator. Yum.

What do you get when you cross a lamb neck with a fan boat and blues guitar legend? You have the fifth episode of Fuck, That’s Delicious, which takes us to New Orleans. Action Bronson had some down time between touring and recording his upcoming album, so he decided to recharge by sampling some of the Big Easy’s more contemporary culinary offerings and hearing some blues firsthand. As always, Bam Bam zeroed in on the finest fried chicken at Willie Mae’s Scotch House, the best sandwiches at Coquette, late night fare at Mimi’s and a cooking lesson from the most dynamic chef in the city, Isaac Toups, of Toups’ Meatery. If all this wasn’t enough, we managed to see some gators in the flesh and witness The Little Freddie King Blues Band do their thing. Enjoy.

 

Bonus:

Action is back in the kitchen cooking up marvelous shit. In his latest episode, he whips up his favorite dish, Börek.

After watching this how-to video on borek from the defacto Albanian food ambassador himself, Action Bronson, you’re gonna be making Albanian dishes left and right. Watch as Mr. Wonderful and his aunt teach you how to make borek, a stuffed puff pastry pie of sorts that she fills with sauteed ground beef and onion. This recipe is so good, you’ll want to call him BamBamBoreklava. Enjoy.

 

Episode 4:

Taking it back to Queens, pizza and baklava make this appetite complete.

Watch Action Bronson take us on one of the most unreal, out of bounds New York City food tours that’s ever been committed on film. Mr. Wonderful allowed us access to ground zero for production, cooking with his aunt in her kitchen, and an exclusive tour of Kew Garden’s legendary pizza parlor, Dani’s House of Pizza. As if all of this wasn’t enough, Action made his milkshake dreams come true by visiting dessert iconoclast, Christina Tosi, and her famous Milk Bar bakery to transform his aunt’s homemade baklava into a milkshake. We finished up our New York adventure with a smorgasbord of Korean fried chicken and White Castle cheeseburgers.

 

Episode 3:

White trash bruschetta and Henny wings sound good right about now. But to get a taste, check out episode 3 of Action’s webseries.

Action Bronson tours the UK often, so you know a Fuck, That’s Delicious in dear Old Blighty was coming sooner or later. Mr Wonderful out does himself by exposing the masses to everything from char siu bao (chinese bbq pork buns) to his own concoction “white trash bruschetta” using Liverpool’s favorite dish, scouse. Action does not stop there, he even found time to make chicken wings in the style of the renowned Dallas BBQ after a show. Our UK jaunt comes to close with some Nigerian home cooking on the outskirts of London. Enjoy.

 

Episode 2:

With his brother out on bail, Action’s back for episode two. Watch as cameras follow him, Meyhem Lauren, and Retchy P to eateries in Miami, Georgia, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania.

 

Episode 1: 

Action Bronson has an appetite for destruction and the Internet. Today, MUNCHIES debuted his web series,”Fuck That’s Delicious”.  It’s probably better to watch this on a full stomach.

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  • Sommo

    I’M SURPRISE B.DOT POST ACTION BRONSON ON HIS SITE. USUALLY HE DOESN’T CARE ABOUT RAPPERS THAT ARE GOOD FOR THE CULTURE

    B.DOT A CULTURE VULTURE

    • K.W.

      this action guy is managed by paul rosenberg, and you should already know paul rosenberg’s association to RR. posting a man eating excessive amouts of food on a music blog is just ridiculous.

    • Sina Mailer Daemon Djavadkhani

      Let’s see you put together a site that is good for the culture.

      • Dsunn

        Culture? There no ‘black’ culture or black community…theres only an egregor of outrage and concern with no leadership whatsoever. Culture is endowed with a code of Ethics, Morality , ancestral Values and Family. You need to define culture before you start saying what’s good and what’s not.

        • marty mcfly

          Of course there is such thing as a “black” culture. There are black people with ethics, morality, values etc… In case you never met any and most the things associated with “culture” can be traced back to Africa. That goes for all religions, forms or politics and family values… Those things were all written about in detail in Nile Valley Civilizations (and all over Africa) thousands of years ago and that is “BLACK” culture.

          • Dsunn

            Call it ‘African’ culture then even that’s racist , alkebulan . Black culture is another topic. And Africa is a continent with many tribes many dialects many customs many ways. I wouldn’t group them into confusion when they all have their individual livelihoods , climates, rites of passage and mores.

          • marty mcfly

            I didn’t group them together, I said Nile Valley Civilizations… That consists of collective tribes but you could call it “Black” culture or “African” culture because no matter how you slice it, black culture has its roots in Africa period. When you look at Nile Valley Civilizations, you talking about many tribes from all over Africa collectively whether it be from Ethiopia, Sudan, Nigeria, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Mali and Egypt. When we talking about ancient times, I mean all over Nubia but it was a culture that had its roots all over Africa. They all were Kemetic in one way or another, they had similar traditions at that time, they had similar belief systems and traditions and they all practices and studied similar sciences… All those things led up to what you anybody wants to call “black” culture because no matter what you do, it has its roots in Africa just like being a rapper has its roots in ancient Griots in Africa.

    • IamRealTalk-BdotLivesWithDad

      I WOULDN’T SAY HE’S A CULTURE VULTURE

      HE’S JUST A LAME ASS KID WHO GREW UP IN A QUEENS AS A CORNBALL

      WENT TO COLLEGE, COULDN’T AND DIDN’T LAND A JOB

      THEN HE SOMEHOW LANDED A JOB WITH ELLIOT YELLOW NIGGA WILSON, THAT PAYS HIM ABOUT 5K TO 15K A YEAR

      WHICH HE STILL HAS TO LIVE HOME WITH HIS PARENTS IN NY

      • Brian B.Dot™ Miller

        bwhahahahahahha

        • cmonhomiewemajor

          yo bdot do you ever look in the mirror and jus ask god why he fucked your face up so much?

        • freakyboul

          nigga you so played out you still on comment sections while “famous” imma smack the shit out of you for not responding to my emails Brian

        • Dili

          Dude lay off dat dude. Make him good but better. Dili

      • Mike Markidis

        lmao not exactly ether but its close damnnnn homie

        • FUCK YOUR FEELINGS!!!

      • Jeff Hutch

        Can a person live on a 15k a year salary in these United States? Hope that’s not what Brian makes.

        • cmonhomiewemajor

          he doesn’t have his own place, he lives in elliots basement

    • Dsunn

      The void of journalistic integrity online has led many bloggers to actually exchange with their readers. I think its good for the genre. *It’s a little presumptuous to call a genre of music CULTURE. If you feed off dead carcass youre a vulture. These critters are more like ticks. I don’t hate them tho…I visit rap radar often and approve 30% of the time

      • marty mcfly

        The reason why its called “culture” is because its not only music. There are other elements that all have a “cultural” back story.

        • Dsunn

          It’s an art that has elements to it.The musical style is a genre. The reason black ppl have no culture is because we don’t respect our elders

          • marty mcfly

            An “art” can’t exist without culture and you saying black people have no culture is disrespectful to your elders (ancestors).

          • Dsunn

            I’m not disrespecting my culture. I don’t branch from American slave culture. If I did , well maybe then there’d be some offense. Indigenous peoples culture exists all over the planet but you wanna call poverty your culture? Gotta define culture better…art is autonomous since it is totally subjective. What’s boule culture? What’s American black culture? What’s light skin ngh culture? What’s dark skin culture ? What’s Jewish culture? Where’s our nation that is the embodiment of our culture? Where’s our cuisine that reflects our rich culture? Where is our clothing…customs..morality…ethics…? Hip hop is suppose to be all that but all we got for the most part is rappers. Some basic ngz that wanna get paid tellin their tales and gaining little ground in the bigger picture. Marcus Garvey 101 if you thought I meant we don’t own and originate all culture, you missed it.what I’m saying is the modern day black man has no culture beyond the one given to him by his oppressor. We do little that reflects our true culture and everything that’s reflects this Greco roman Masonic Judeo Christian culture. Part of changing shit is recognizing. If you don’t know it’s a lie, you’ll keep living in it.

          • marty mcfly

            No where in my comment did I call poverty my culture so I don’t know where you got that from? And if your black, that doesn’t mean that an american slave has to be your ancestor in order for me to say that saying black people don’t have a culture is disrespectful to your ancestors, and if your not black, then its disrespectful to black people’s ancestors. I don’t have to define culture, you can google it and look at what the definition is and you’ll find that everything I’m saying is within that definition. Again, there can’t be “art” without “culture”. Art is a product of a culture setting up the foundation for the art to be expressed. Now you asked a bunch of questions as well? The fact you can’t answer them isn’t really my problem but the answers are out there, many of which are obvious. You think all Hip Hop has for the most part are rappers? But thats cause you just saying anything at this point. You know there are Djs, Graffiti artists, Break dancers that also are teachers, chefs, designers, businessmen etc… Right? “Hip Hop culture” is not just rappers you know or some stereotypical view you have of black people all being this one idea… There are everyday people that have work ethic, morals, values etc… The fact they don’t bust rhymes doesn’t mean they not Hip Hop. The fact is “Hip Hop culture” is a mix of music, art, dance, fashion, language arts etc… That is a CULTURE. Now you wanna talking about a Greek, Roman, Jewish, Christian culture? Yeah there are plenty of black people that practice those things not knowing that those things are all recycled versions of NILE VALLEY CIVILIZATION spiritual systems. The only reason you think black people don’t reflect their own culture is because no one takes the time out to show them that what they doing was already being done before any white guy with a bible holding a picture of white Jesus ever showed up. Black people are practicing a “white” culture not knowing that its really a “black” culture that white people plagiarized to even have the building blocks for what they remotely call a culture. Which 99% of that can be traced back to a “black culture”. See when you say “whats america black culture?” You want me to answer by just staying in america? Lets take fashion for example, if I had to answer what is american fashion in terms of culture? I could answer in a number of ways describing whats popular in america but if we gonna talk about the roots of fashion period? I’m gonna have to speak on other countries, why? because the clothes that inspired alot of the particular styles that eventually became the aesthetic to our clothes to today, had their foundation in other places such as Africa, Asia, Europe etc… Those places had trades going on, shipping fabrics and making clothes with particular styles, long before whatever started popping in the United States. I would have to mention that because part of the problem your speaking on in terms of black people not having a culture is the perspective of acting as if “Black culture” starts in america and only takes place in america? We know it does not so of course I would speak on other places as being the foundational elements to what became “culture” over here because that only makes sense. To answer your question? What is black culture in america? Well one of them would be “HIP HOP CULTURE” Which is now the most influential culture in the world according to some studies.

          • Dsunn

            What’s your saying is valid in its own idealistic right but you and I know that knowledge of our original way of life is not a priority being promoted by what is called ‘hip hop’ these days. Slaves self esteem was boosted heavy by acquiring the goods their ruling class had. If that’s the main theme in today’s music then it’s not really touching on true value. Of course there are artists within the black diaspora all over the world that champion true value ut there is a lack of community in black America. Debate that and you’ll have to really ask where is my example. The influence of the hip hop nation is most influential. If it were a true culture we’d have elders guiding it among. Krs one does the most for this cause verbally and many other contribute socially. But if you wanna call strip club music and D boy music culture, that culture needs some more work to serve a positive function. Idealism doesn’t always translate to the reality.

          • marty mcfly

            You don’t have to tell me that the culture handed to black people in america from their oppressor is based on a lie because thats what I was already saying anyway. Its really white people that act as if there culture and traditions didn’t already exist thousands of years before they even put words together and learned to write their names on cultures that already practiced everything they do. They put the names Jesus, Mary and Bible in their culture and writings as if the names Heru, Aset, and Metu Neter weren’t already in existence thousands of years beforehand. Thats just the tip of the iceberg in regards to what they call “culture”…

  • You’re Going To Jail Now #POW

    Hey Fatboy. Ghost wants his style back. I remember when European Americans artist used to be original, oh wait that’s never happened in my lifetime.

    • fuck off you fucking nerd…… its 2014 you pussy… no time for race baiting…

      • smoss44

        He’s right though… Ghost owns that style. Only you fad niggas can stand to hear a carbon copy of another nigga… p.s obesity is not to be celebrated. lose some weight you fat muthafucka swhy I fucked yo bitch!!!!!!

        • kidskwash

          watch the combat jack interview with bronson….you’ll see where his style is from and it ain’t from ghost

    • Starkey Luv, Hun.

      zzzzzzzzzzzzzz

  • Bangers N Mash

    Bronson is hilarious, and the dude can actually spit. Looking forward to episode 2.

  • BAM BAM !

  • realtalk82

    dead at 8:30 !! I’m dying at work right now lol

  • Sina Mailer Daemon Djavadkhani

    The reach this guy has is incredible, you guys heard he signed to VIce, wanst the last musical act Vice signed Block Party?

  • pad thai for lunch my nigga

    Man that’s way too much sweater. Make me feel claustrophobic just lookin’ at it.

  • Bronsolinio! Definitely comes off the Kool g rap , big pun family tree…

  • Yacht

    How could you not fuck with these episodes?

  • QueensDunny

    HAHAH TRIPLE D!

  • THE REAL mac DIESEL

    QUEENS STAY WINNIN’!!!!

    #QUEENS

    DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

    • Mike Markidis

      theres a queens in florida?

      • THE REAL mac DIESEL

        YOU LOOK MENTALLY CHALLENGED!!!!

        DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

        • PREMERE

          Batti buoy……..

  • GreenBergs

    dude didnt serve nyc the justice it deserves, at all..

  • Alexander The Great

    Enjoying these episodes, really inspiring the new generation to chef it up.

  • Mike Markidis

    sorry but watching this obese rapper eat makes me wanna hit the ymca immediately…he cant be healthy… i know im gonna be called a hater …..

  • Greenbergs

    how do u fuck wit someone who takes pride in being obese…role model material…sike

  • Jeff Hutch

    Everytime I see this guy’s post or article, it always seems to food-related. Is his music good?

  • G Lo Green

    B.THOT stay fuckin up! This isnt episode 5, just a clip uploaded to Munchies.

    “Watch a preview of Action Bronson as he and his cousin hit the bayou and eat their way around New Orleans in the next episode of Fuck, That’s Delicious. Airing Wednesday October 1st.”

    Not hard to put in just a little bit of effort ya simp

  • L.O.

    BRONSOLINIO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DUDE GOT BARS AND DOPE FOOD BLOGS!!!!! HE GONE MAKE MONEY IN THIS GAME FOR A LONG TIME!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • LookingAssNigga

    Action Bronson got a great personality, he spreads a lot of positive energy, cool dude!

  • THIS ISNT EVEN A JOKE REAL SHIT FAT BOY NEEDS TO GO ON A DIET HE IS GETTING SO BIG HE GOT T -REX ARMS PUT DOWN THE FORK AND BACK AWAY FROM THE TABLE

  • el jim chapo guzman

    Drop the fuckin album nigga.

  • “While out west he hooks up with our pal, The Alchemist and B-Real. This should be good.”

    I’m available if you guys need an editor.

  • 90s kid here. Action Bronson is everything good for this culture. In a period of music with so much seriousness in pure wangsterism, Action Bronson is a breath of fresh air in this certain sense: When i listen to Action, I don’t need to judge, i don’t need to feel or act like anything that aint me.

    This music and way of living life is purely free. Take any lyric of his and tell me it aint pure dopeness. And when that one self righteous ass, big headed know it all takes that one lyric.. that one lyric that is so fckn ridiculous, and trys to call it out on some weird nonsensical bigotry.. you’re already being laughed at and left in the dust in your hip-hopical, stand still, sanctimonious ass philosophy, by the people that already find you ridiculous.

    Whether or not you can even comprehend the point i’m trying to get at, if you don’t like this character in the name of hip hop then go ahead and suck it easy champ.
    No room for narrow minded has beens in this shit.. sry g

  • Bronson Ghost is gonna marinate yo butta ball ass until yo cheeks fall off yo cheek bones nigga WU TANG AINT NUTTIN TO FUCK WIT

  • freakyboul

    ‘ravewithsatan” said he’ll give bronson a free beat that’s a hit cuz he grew up with russians holllerrrr

  • MIKEY ESCO!!!

    NOT THIS FAT TURD AGAIN!!! FK YO FEELINGS!!!

  • thedeamkid19

    this cat is interesting, and at the end of the days all music is about influences so fuck complaining about that old flow use

  • Dsunn

    U can’t even walk thru Harlem again… Well maybe you can since its regentrified like hip hop so he gets a pass. I still need to hear ghost gut this crispy ginger pork belly

  • bcl187

    Fuck u action Bronson!!! Ever since ur wutang shit…FUCK U!! Ghost face is the man! Fuck AB

  • THE REAL mac DIESEL

    HOPE HE COOKED HIMSELF SOME HUMBLE PIE!!!! HA!!!! BE CAREFUL BRONSON!!!! WATCH OUT FOR THEM WU NINJAS JUMPIN’ OUTTA ALLEYS AND ROOFTOPS!!!! IT’S STILL QUEENS THO!!!!

    #QUEENS

    DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

    • diggz

      GET THE FUCKING POINT NO ONE LIKES YOU , YOU GET 0 REPLIES 0 VOTES YOU WASTE YOUR TIME COMMENTING THESE DUMB ASS COMMENTS

  • THE REAL mac DIESEL

    ACTION’S BEEN MISSIN’ IN ACTION SINCE THAT INFAMOUS GHOST VIDEO!!!! WU-TANG FOREVER FOR REAL!!!! LMAO!!!! IT’S STILL QUEENS THO!!!!

    #QUEENS

    DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

    • Skeem1

      HA! BITCH you not from #QUEENS you screamin QUEENS because 50 and nas from it in those are too artist slurp up all the time!!!

      SMH you fuckin goofy go get evaluated immediately!!!

      • THE REAL mac DIESEL

        I SCREAM QUEENS ‘CAUSE I AM QUEENS!!!! I’D HAVE YOU RUNNIN’ FOR LIFE OUT THERE!!!! LMAO!!!! YOU HATE ON QUEENS NIGGAS ‘CAUSE YOU WISH YOU WAS FROM THERE!!!! KICK ROCKS, LIL NIGGA!!!!

        #QUEENSALLDAY

        DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

        • Room 222

          … Wish you WERE…

          Not wish you WAS, dumbass!

          • THE REAL mac DIESEL

            ANYTHING TO GET MY ATTENTION!!!! LMAO!!!! CARRY ON, GRAMMAR PATROL!!!!

            DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

  • Frank Yoster

    This dudr is a chump…i used to like him but after that ghostface stunt he pulled offf..fuck this dude

  • Savimbi

    Hey B.Cock and Yellow Stain, all these advertising dollars and payola from MMG and you niggas cant fix up the damn comment sections? I mean what the fuck I gotta go through two years of comments for? and y’all are supposed to be “credible” hip-hop journalists? B cock ain’t that what you went to “school” for? where the fuck is the professionalism?

    • THE REAL mac DIESEL

      Hey B.Cock and Yellow Stain

      ^

      BUHAHAHAHAHA!!!! *DEAD*!!!!

      DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

      • Savimbi

        These guys are the worst journalists. Hell, DJ Akademiks is a much better journalist than these two clowns.

        • THE REAL mac DIESEL

          FIRST OF ALL YOU MADE A MISTAKE BY CALLIN’ ‘EM JOURNALISTS!!!! LMAO!!!! FUCK THEM ALL!!!!

          DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

          • Savimbi

            *correction* bloggers lol

          • THE REAL mac DIESEL

            ………….HA!!!! THAT SOUNDS ABOUT RIGHT!!!!

            DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

  • Peter Kushing

    This fat fuck is still around after Ghost dissed the fuck outta him lol? Who the fuck gonna watch a show bout this disgusting pig roaming around eating n shit? Needs to go sit his unhealthy ass down in a synagogue somewhere n leave this rap shit alone. We already got enough culture vultures.

  • THE ALMIGHTY MIKEY ESCO!!!

    DIDN’T THIS FAT ALMOST DIE CHOKING ON A WHALES DICK? HE STILL HUNGRY? FAT FK ONE FRENCH FRY AWAY!!! FK YO FEELINGS!!!

    • the art of deception

      didnt you almost die choking on mac diesels dick?

  • el jim chapo guzman

    a women love a nigga that can cook.