This Makes Zero Sense: Emmanuel Hudson’s Fact-Checking Rap Meme Is Hilarious

July 13, 2014 ‐ By Meg Butler

Emmanuel Hudson has been correcting rap lyrics on Instagram and some of us have been singing along to nonsense for a long time. We vote that everyone runs their rap lyrics by Emmanuel Hudson from now on.

So what is you saying! #emmanuelhudson

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Is Chamillionaire sure those are dollar signs on his check? He might be getting paid in Yen.

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  • Jay

    Lol this is why I can’t stand rap… Makes black people look so dumb smh

  • Shenell

    “She got a big booty so I call her big booty” Lls My favorite line from 2Chains

  • Bubbysdtr

    Like little Kim, from her song with Mary J. “Dippin on ya Ninja Honda with Tanisha and Rhonda, wha!” Wha? The Ninja is a Kawasaki bike…

  • B

    Hilarious. But He wrong on Biggie. Nombre can also mean Number in French. Biggie did say “Nombre Uno” though, which is confusing. The joke would have been “pick a language, can’t pitch french and spanish in a two word phrase”

  • JTerry

    This was too funny. lol

  • JustSteph

    Omg.. he is amazing! I can’t!

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  • ShellyKelly

    LOL! Some of these are funny. I’m still trying to make sense of “Concrete jungle where dreams are made of.”

    • hiswomanandlovingit

      the term “concrete jungle” is just something people call a large city. NYC is a place where a lot of people dream about moving and becoming successful. so that one actually makes sense.

      • TruDat

        I never got that one either actually. I thought I was hearing the song incorrectly at first. It says WHERE dreams are made OF. I could see THAT dreams are made OF… or WHERE dreams are made (no “of” on the end). It’s not grammatically correct.

        • ShellyKelly

          That’s what I was thinking too.

  • Guestest

    Emmanuel is hilarious! Not surprised he landed on Wild ‘N Out!

  • Being Honest

    Whats up with thus site?!

  • IllyPhilly

    Yo, I’ve been doing this for years.

  • hollyw

    Hilarious! Of course, none of this is surprising… going to see the Eiffel Tower in Paris smh lol…

    • Say What?

      The Eiffel Tower is in Paris though…

      • hollyw

        Hahaa just made the same mistake. Fixed it 🙂