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Watch Killer Mike Spit a New Verse About Mass Incarceration on the Latest Episode of 'South Park'

Watch Killer Mike Spit a New Verse About Mass Incarceration on the Latest Episode of 'South Park'

Run The Jewels performs at Day 3 of the Panorama Music Festival on Sunday, July 24, 2016 | Photos by Vickey Ford/Sneakshot for Okayplayer.

Photo Credit: Vickey Ford for Okayplayer

Killer Mike made his South Park debut

Hip-hop has been an important element of South Park this season. In previous episodes, we’ve seen the show parody Kendrick Lamar’s “HUMBLE.” and Logic’s “1-800-273-8255.”

On the latest episode of South Park, which premiered on Wednesday, October 18th, the long-running show didn’t just parody a show. They had veteran rapper Killer Mike write and perform a verse for the show.

WATCH: South Park Put a Country Tinge to Kendrick Lamar’s “HUMBLE.”

The episode, called “Hummels and Heroin,” focuses on mass incarceration and the opioids epidemic we have in this country.

WATCH: South Park’s Parody of Logic’s VMA Performance

For the occasion, Killer Mike spits a new verse on the topics, rapping lines like:

“In here nobody knows you by the name. You’re just a number, living under the bitch ass rules of a broken game. They put me here to die, left me angry and alone. For the crime of being old, they threw me in this nursing home.”

This Killer Mike guy…he might have a future in this hip-hop thing. Watch Mike’s South Park appearance below.

 Source: Consequence of Sound

 

 



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