Famous Sons That Need to Stop Being White Rappers

July 8, 2014 By:
Famous Sons That Need to Stop Being White Rappers
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Just because your dad is famous doesn’t mean you should pursue a rapping career.

Tommy Hilfiger’s son, Daniel Day-Lewis’ son, Tom Hanks’ son, and Bob Dylan’s grandson are all WHITE RAPPERS.

We repeat, the iconic men listed above have given life to priviledged white boys whose preferred artistic expression is hip-hop.

Meet Beverly Hills' most gangster new rappers. 


This is Ricky Hill.

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This is his dad, Tommy Hilfiger.

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As in, the fashion designer.


Ricky Hill has a bunch of tattoos.

His favorite topics to rap about? “Girls, love, loss, being high and that’s about it.”


His dad is a “groupie,” says Ricky.

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“I love and admire my son’s musical talent and am tremendously proud of his passion for his work,” said Tommy Hilfiger.


“I want to be the best rapper that was born in Connecticut ever!”

Terry Richardson


This is Gabe Day.



This is his dad, Daniel Day-Lewis.

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The greatest actor alive today.


Gabe Day is a singer/rapper in the vein of Justin Bieber.

Really good raps, you guys.


"Judgin' someone for their dad is just as bad as being racist," is an actual lyric from one of his songs.


Another lyric: “Call me Gabe Day and not Gabe Day-Lewis, because if you're trying to call me out I'm 'bout to Gabe Day-Lose-It!"


This is Chet Haze.



His dad is Tom Hanks.

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You know, the OSCAR WINNER.


This is Chet freestyling over Wiz Khalifa’s “Black and Yellow.”

His version is about being a student at Northwestern University. Real gangster shit, you know?


Chet describes himself as “an up and coming MC…Born and raised on the West Side of the Westside’s main city LA.”


AKA his dad Tom Hanks’ palatial mansion in the Palisades.


This is Pablo Dylan.

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His grandfather is Bob Dylan.

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You know, just the lyrical voice of a generation.


Pablo is a 19-year-old, and a rapper.

“I want to be like the next Eminem.”


He calls his grandpa, “the Jay-Z of his era.”


A #profound Instagram from Pablo himself...


So, those are the famous kids that really need to stop being white rappers. Why can’t they just be a DJ or a “personality” like a damn respectable celebrity offspring?