The sentence : YEAH BOIIII , he used a lot, just like lil jon does these day's with his version oh-kaaay and such.
public enemy was the group that made the first real hiphop,
you can find traces of public enemy even in tupacs lyrics.
fight the power
bring that beat back
Don't Believe the Hype
Bring the Noise
Rebel Without A Pause
911 Is A Joke
Shut 'Em Down
His Vh1 TV performance is based on reciting two or three same-sounding sentences about getting 'close' to females who are actually more stupid than he is with names like Krazy, New York and Deelishis whose collective goal is producing more illegitimate mirror image selves--another example of--
cool-hip black folks who want to remind us how guilty we should feel since the end of slavery 150 years ago--so we can support and forgive their still-clinging, semi-illiterate admiration of gansta-lov'in culture.
Not be confused with the RedNeck--that perpetual sub-human group of honky-crackers proud of the red-soil southern roots, grits and confederate flag flying from their four-wheelers and Ford 150 pick-up trucks, complete with shot guns for killing deer, rabbits, coon, and all other unarmed, four legged creatures they slaughter daily before prayer time and Larry the Cable Guy.
Similarities of Rednecks and Flava Flavs include a love for their Mothers--or MotherFuckers when you consider their individual and collective ability teach their children anything of lasting value save more illegitimate children.