Finally. The "Jeopardy!"/ "8 Mile" mashup video we've waited a millennium for.
Alex Trebek rapped a few bars of "Famous" by Kanye West on "Jeopardy!" and I am convinced I never want to listen to another chunk of audio ever again.
If I had it my way, I would make all music illegal that doesn't in some way feature T-Money dropping "They mad they ain't famous / They mad they're still nameless... But we still hood famous / Yeah we still hood famous" like he was talking about 16th century romance literature.
"What is last name ever / First name greatest / Like a sprained ankle boy I ain't nothing to play with?"
That's all A-Bek The Rapper reading clues off a "Let's Rap, Kids!" category during Sunday night's episode, in which he read lyrics from Kendrick Lamar, Drake, Desiigner, Kanye West, Lil Wayne and a few others.
Are these videos the best thing on the internet?
Tre Ball McQuestionnaire saying "6',7',8' bunch Young Money militia and I am the commissioner you don't want start Weezy, 'cause the F is for Finisher" is all you need to get over this post-Presidents' Day work week.
YESSSS, PRAISE CHRIST THE INTERNET BECAME AWARE OF THIS.
When he was done burning a hole through the mic, Treezy XBreezy joked,
I was just getting into this rap thing! I'm not too good at it, but I was getting into it.
This isn't the first time Tre-Dawg has gotten behind the mic to spit a little on the "Jeopardy!" stage.
Last year, he made the entire internet pause and reflect for a few moments when he sang a few bars off "Jumpman" by Drake.
2017 is going to be pretty bad, I think we all know this. The one saving grace, though, is Lexalicious Trizzle Bizzle is primed and ready for a mixtape to drop any day now.