Pizza Posse's Mr. 3 rewrites Beyoncé lyrics to inject more pizza into "Partition"



Awesome photos prove Pizza Posse delivers for Harrypalooza Vol. 4
  • Awesome photos prove Pizza Posse delivers for Harrypalooza Vol. 4

Awesome photos prove Pizza Posse delivers for Harrypalooza Vol. 4

Mr. 3's crew is known as the Pizza Posse, so it should come as no surprise the local rapper has strong feelings about the perfect pie. Then there's that one track off his November 2013 release, Keef Sweat, "Pizza Got Ya Boy Faded," with its hook: "Man I'm so elated/pizza got ya boy faded."

Today, topping all these efforts perhaps, he co-opted Beyoncé's flow from "Partition" to pen this cheesy verse:


You can catch Mr. 3 performing this Saturday, Aug. 30 at the Peacock Room, where they'll be transforming the parking lot into a drive-in theater (no joke). They'll pass out wireless headphones so you can hear the movie, Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood (first come, first served basis; lawnchair viewing also encouraged). (RSVP) He's also DJ'ing at the Falcon starting 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6. (RSVP)


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