Hot 97's Peter Rosenberg called Hip Hop legend Chuck D a 'Twitter Troll' and ask the rap icon 'What have you doing for the Hip Hop culture?' Find out why here. Is he outta line?

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Hot 97′s Peter Rosenberg of “The Morning Show” is known for sparking controversy and recently called Hip Hop legend Chuck D a troll.  The New York DJ called himself checkin the Public Enemy icon for saying Hot 97’s Summer Jam was creating a “Sloppy Fiasco” of Hip Hop culture on twitter.

During a segment on his show called, “The Realness”, Rosenberg started out saying how much he respects Chuck for his contributions to Hip Hop, but then accused him of “trolling” and said Chuck D is not the leader of the culture.  The morning show host said, “Chuck D, no one elected you president of Hip Hop.  We love you.  You’re a forefather of this game, you contributed, but we did not elect you president of this culture.  No one owns Hip Hop.” You gotta hear this for yourself.

Rosenberg went on to ask Chuck D what is he doing for Hip Hop among other things.  He got a swift answer too.  The iconic rapper tweeted,

Some cats said I was 'trolling'? Hmm. if so. Trolling vs Controlling is warranted. Tell them they better get better with WORDS to come at me.

There’s much more to this and you can check it inside Tha Wire post today at  One things for sure, Rosenberg has picked a fight he can’t win and fans have already let him know…..nobody’s got his back on this one.  One responded, "if Hip Hop had a president CHUCK D would be it." And another, "Did he really just ask Chuck D what he's done for the Hip Hop culture"?

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The project will include joints from the likes of Miguel to Big Sean, Elle Varner to J. Cole and several others.  The compilation series will drop on June 23rd  and just in time for the 2nd annual BET Experience Festival, similar to the Essence Music Festival, only this one takes place on the West Coast.  Learn more about the festival below inside Tha Wire, in the meantime pre-ordered the album now on Amazon.

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Finally, congratulations to the Queen Bee, Lil Kim.  The 39-year old rap femcee had her first child yesterday.   ET news confirmed, Kimberly Denise Jones welcomed her baby girl Monday (June 9th) at 9:58 am Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey. Weighing in at 6 pounds, 5 ounces, 19.5 inches long, Lil Kim named her baby, Royal.  Though it hasn’t been officially confirmed, the baby's dad is New York rapper Mr. Papers.

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