Papoose Takes A Ratchet Freestyle Challenge & Makes It Regal (Video)

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Papoose kept it both real and regal as he freestyled for nearly seven minutes, during an appearance on Hot 97, this week.

The Brooklyn wordsmith didn’t skip a beat as he lyrically juggled his way through a medley of current events, including the government’s possible involvement with Hurricane Harvey and the NFL’s recent obsession with taking a knee.

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“Kaepernick set an example for the NFL, none of ’em listened / Now they all kneeling since Trump called them sons of a bitches,” Papoose rapped.

Later in his freestyle, Papoose added a regal twist to the latest social media trend. Rather than professing all the things he’d do “for the p*ssy,” Pap instead paid tribute to his queen, Remy Ma.

“You take a stand for that p*ssy / You turn on your own man for that p*ssy…I do it big for the queen / I take a swig for the queen / That’s how I live for the queen / My wife caught a case, I did a bid with the queen,” the Bed-Stuy spitter added.

The freestyle ends on a clever (and numeric) note, with Papoose crafting rhymes with the numbers one through nine to drop his final bars.