You ever see one of those TV-shows on the travel channels where they feature those foot-bath salons in Europe for people with really coarse feet and/or lots of dead skin? You schedule an appointment at one of the places and go in and sit down and stick your feet in the water, and tiny little doctor fish nibble the nasty off your feet and make them all smooth and shiny. They have them in the United States, too, I think. It sounds like it would hurt but it actually doesn’t. The fish are happy. You’re happy. Everything is chipper.
This is about as soft ghetto as it gets. After releasing the smash-summertime hit “Ill Mind of Hopsin 82”, Hopsin’s feet were full of blisters from running the game so vigorously. He needed a happy ending, and the Danish were more than willing to help:
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This isn’t the first case of a rapper being overly dedicated to the gamely pursuit of pedal sensations. Rappers’ feet are important because they keep them grounded. Your feet are the last things you want to fail you, so it’s essential that they remain taken care of.
Unfortunately, however, not everyone readily understands the importance of keeping pretty feet. Critical response to Hopsin’s much-needed spa day has been polarized, to say the least, ranging from real-recognize-real recognition to that of outright contempt. We tried to spare you of some of the more racist/misogynistic responses, and this is what we came up with:
And, lastly, my personal favorite: