COVID-19 vaccines are widely available, but the problem still appears to be an issue for many people. Thankfully though, many countries have been returning to normal, and have been bringing back huge sporting and music events back.
Recently though, MSNBC reporter, Ari Melber, used The Notorious B.I.G.’s “What’s Beef” lyrics to describe how COVID is still dangerous. Melber used the lyrics of how “Beef is when I see you, guaranteed to be in ICU.” Many also remember how Melber used 21 Savage’s “A Lot” lyrics to describe how Donald Trump’s presidency was in trouble.
Here, Melber insisted that when COVID sees people, it can put people in ICUs as well. He added that people shouldn’t test these COVID streets, like Biggie explained with his own beefs, in this song.
What’s Beef initially appeared on Biggie’s second studio album, “Life After Death.” This project debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart, and is currently certified diamond, at 11x platinum, in the US.
Check out MSNBC’s Ari Melber use Biggie’s “What’s Beef” to get his message across about COVID below.
We are definitely living in end times
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