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Watch out now. Recently it was reported, although not confirmed, that Mr. Torpedo of Truth,” Charlie Sheen is set to return to television with a new show titled Anger Management, based on the 2003 film of the same name starring Jack Nicholson. Despite this being a possible television show, and Charlie’s prior comical media rage (“Look what I’m dealing with, man, I’m dealing with fools and trolls.”), Anger Management seems like a fitting series for a number of rappers. For instance, Em details his anger in “Fast Lane,” the first single off Bad Meets Evil’s Hell: The Sequel, “just by the way that you keep lickin’ them dicks like lips, I’m agitated, aggravated to the point you don’t suck my dick, then you’re gonna get decapitated.” XXL takes a look at five rappers we feel deserve their own Anger ManagementRalph Bristout

DMX

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“You keep walin - lest you tryin to end up red, cause if I end up fed, y'all end up dead” — “Party Up (Up In Here),” …And Then There Was X (2000)

50 Cent

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“Motherfuckers envy the kid, control your jealousy, 'cause I can't control my temper, I'm fittin' to catch a felony” — “Don’t Push Me,” Get Rich Or Die Tryin’ (2003)

Styles P

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“You don’t wanna anger me, upset me or startle me, you don’t want a part of me, I’m goin' for the arteries,” — “Respect My Gangsta,” Hell & Back (2003)

Busta Rhymes

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“Well, I’ma be choppin’ and cuttin’ and breakin’ and beatin’ and shakin’, and fuckin’ everything up ’til there ain’t no further mistakin’, and bustin’ everything up like a fuckin’ angry Jamaican…” — “Worldwide Choppers,” All 6’s & 7’s (2011)

Eminem

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“That fucker get you upset, go in there, stick a fuckin' cigarette to his neck...” — “Insane,” Relapse (2009)