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He also complimented Jada Pinkett Smith by rapping, "Told this chick she's hot as Jada Pinkett / And just stared 'til I made her think it."
A Catholic priest has been suspended for one year after rapping in church.
Viray said that this time around, all of the participants will be "first-timers," meaning that they will be battle rapping for the first time on stage.
Growing up in Snow Hill, North Carolina, Rapsody watched pioneers MC Lyte and Queen Latifah exert their influence on TV, and became immersed in the art of rapping to perfectly execute untold stories.
He added: "Every child wants to write and rap - but they don't know how to go about it because of the way rapping is perceived in today's world.
It has become a sort of benchmark to test the rapping skills of its guests, some of whom are reputable rappers in the music industry, and not all are able to make the cut.
During the clip, Adele said she was "not that talented" at rapping, but her pal Tinie Tempah, 27, has previously revealed that he has heard the singer spit her own bars.
rapping in Hindi, Bhojpuri and Punjabi etc., all confident of making it big, which still means Bollywood, as TV reality shows won't have them, has opened up.
Ahmad Molham Makki's style of rapping perhaps has the distinction of being poetic and something that has a strong social message.
"If you're rapping over a beat, it's hip-hop," Darden said.