Excluded BET Cyphers Rapper, Charron, Fires Shots At Kendrick Lamar, Rick Ross, Chief Keef And Others
Kendrick Lamar's verse on the BET Hip-Hop Awards show cypher isn't the only controversial happening associated with this year's show. Toronto rapper Corey Charron caused a stir after saying he was excluded from the taped freestyle session even after being promised a spot when he won out on 106 & Park's Freestyle Friday. In a recent interview with HipHopDX, Charron said he was given several excuses by the station but never a concrete answer as to why he was left out. Tired of the evasion, the rapper is taking BET to task with his version of his "BET Cypher Verse." Not only does the self-proclaimed King of T.Dot call out Black Entertainment Television, he also disses a number of rappers including Murda Mook, Gucci Mane, Soulja Boy, Lil Twist, Rick Ross, Kendrick Lamar and Chief Keef.
Check out Charron's scathing retort to his exclusion from the BET Cyphers, below.