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Beef has expanded from its Hip Hop roots into the entire culture. Skateboarders, ball players, actors and comedians are all getting into their own beefs! Here we reveal the truth about many kinds of beefs inside and outside of Hip Hop. Beef IV takes an extensive look into what went wrong and who dissed who to cause such animosity, exposing the reasons why some unlikely people are getting caught up in their own beefs. Separating the real from the fake with a comical twist, Beef IV features interviews with The Game, Chamillionaire, Paul Wall, Proof, Young Jeezy, Bow Wow, Trina, Jacki-O, Lupe Fiasco, Terry "TK" Kennedy of the Ice Cream Skateboarding Team, Bun B, Slim Thug, Beanie Sigel, Damon Dash, Daz, Kurupt, Obie Trice and much, much more! Written by Anonymous

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This beef has gone bad.
22 October 2007 | by (The hood) – See all my reviews

Beef 4 is BY FAR, the worst of the series. Arguably these 4 films could have been made into 1 or 2 good movies by discounting all the "third rate beefs", and having some more real insight into the actual beefs that have occurred. From cat-fight three way "Queen of the South" (???) beefs to total nobodies you can watch on Youtube, all the way to laughable skater vs. Pharrell beefs. The history of the screw-tapes and the Dirty South bit was interesting enough, as well the PROOF segment at the end seems legit and genuinely sad, but much too little and a lot too late. (Like covering the Kurupt and Daz beef. Ten year old minor beefs do NOT require a space on this DVD). I am pretty sure that this entry has put a hit out on the idea of anymore to follow which is a causality I really don't mind. The beef is dry and lacking any real flavor, I am now a vegetarian.


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