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New Papoose Freestyle Casts Himself as the Coronavirus (Watch)

Papoose attends Black Girls Rock 2019 Hosted By Niecy Nash at NJPAC on August 25, 2019 in Newark, New Jersey.
Papoose attends Black Girls Rock 2019 Hosted By Niecy Nash at NJPAC on August 25, 2019 in Newark, New Jersey.

*With all of the coronavirus-themed hip hop surfacing, this offering from Papoose is the early favorite.

While driving his car, the rapper took to Instagram with a smooth freestyle from the perspective of COVID-19, including bars about not knowing the identity of his father (“China said it was the U.S., they telling different stories. I don’t know who was my father, somebody call Maury.”)

He also works in rhymes about current carriers Kevin Durant and Idris Elba, health workers not having enough respirators, kids being out of school, parents being out of work and more. The freestyle is called “Who Am I?”

Watch  below:

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