Alex Trebek Raps Lyrics From Desiigner, Lil Wayne and More on ‘Jeopardy!’
Trebek lets the bars fly for "Let's Rap, Kids!"
This ‘Jeopardy!’ Contestant Mispronounces Tupac’s Name
Not the first time a 'Jeopardy!' contestant has butchered a rap-related question.
Alex Trebek Raps Drake’s 'Jumpman' Verse on ‘Jeopardy!’
"I think I left out one 'Jumpman' there," Trebek said afterward.
Alex Trebek Roasts Nerdcore Hip-Hop Fan on 'Jeopardy!'
Watch Alex Trebek mercilessly roast one unlucky 'Jeopardy!' contestant.
Watch Alex Trebek Rap the ‘Fresh Prince’ Theme Song on ‘Jeopardy’
There's a reason why Alex Trebek has had such a long career on television. For one, the guy is pretty comical. During a recent episode of Jeopardy!, a line from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air was featured as one of the answers. Rather than read the answer like he normally does, Alex rapped over the original beat of the widely-known theme song...
Jeopardy Contestant Confuses Iggy Azalea With Azealia Banks
In a recent episode of Jeopardy, the two-time champion, Nicholas Berube, confused Iggy Azalea with Azealia Banks while responding to a question. The question was, "This Australian hip-hopper used the pet name/street name system to come up with her rap name...
Did You Catch The Nipsey Hu$$le Reference on ‘Jeopardy!’?
Did y'all catch the Nipsey Hu$$le namedrop on Jeoprady! late last week? Well, TMZ did and caught up with Hussle and the rapper was excited that he made it to the show. "Yeah, I heard about that, man. It feels cool," said a laid-back Nipsey ...
‘Jeopardy’ Features Nineties Hip-Hop Trivia
Jeopardy! Has expanded its catorgories to hip-hop. On a recent episode of the famed game show entitled “Battle of the Decades,” it introduced “The 1990s Rap Song.” Former champ Ken Jennings took the reigns in the new category racking up on his knowledge of hip-hop trivia...
‘Jeopardy!’ Features Memorable Quotes From Hip-Hop Classics
Monday night's episode of Jeopardy! played a category like no other: "It's A Rap." The arbitrary topic featured lyrics from unforgettable Hip-hop records by the likes of Biggie and Grandmaster Flash. This portion of the show is a knee slapper to say the least...