In the wake of his Twitter spar with Chicago rapper, Chief Keef, Lupe Fiasco is taking on a new adversary in D.L. Hughley. According the Huffington Post, The rapper was criticized by the comedian after expressing his disinclination to vote in the November presidential election.
Two weeks after announcing his possible departure from hip-hop following a Twitter dispute with up-and-coming rapper Chief Keef, Lupe Fiasco has once again come under public scrutiny. This time from comedian D.L. Hughley.
During a recent radio interview with Hartford, Conn. radio station Hot 93.7, the “King Of Comedy” took aim at the Chicago MC’s reluctance to vote.
“They want to raise the age of social security from 65 to 68… Black men die at 67. Lupe Fiasco forgets that he’s going to be an old man when he’s looking for a social security check, and he dies right before he gets it,” Hughley stated.
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