James Caan Weighs In on Hip-Hop Mount Rushmore Debate
You can’t judge a book by its cover … is exactly what you might say when James Caan reveals himself to be a hip-hop head — who’s got a take on the G.O.A.T.s of the last decade.
Indeed … Sonny Corleone himself waded into the now-viral music debate over who deserves the fourth spot on the Mount Rushmore of rap from the 2010s … with RapCaviar already deeming Drake, Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole as worthy for the first three slots.
A few different celebs have chimed in — including one LeBron James — but James got in on the discussion too this week … nominating none other than Future as a possible fourth.
People couldn’t believe James was privy to such knowledge — and someone even accused his account of being run by someone else other than James … but he shot that notion down with a swiftness, while also making sure to stick to his signature “End of tweet” postscript.
The guy wrote, “Party’s over some social media dork is def running this account now :(” — and JC responded, “Nobody speaks for me. End of tweet.” Well then … that settles that!
A bit of context on Caan’s history with hip-hop — he’s got a son, Scott, who used to be in an actual rap group with famed producer The Alchemist way back in the day, which was called The Whooliganz. So yeah, Scott was a rapper … which means James might know a thing or two.
James himself also dropped some insight into how/why he might be so in-the-know on this — writing, “Guy acts like I don’t have kids who play that stuff around here. End of tweet.”
There you have it, folks. James Caan is a student of the game, and has spoken his piece. END OF STORY.
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