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Beyoncé, Cornel West, Flavor Flav, More Appear in “The Simpsons” Hip-Hop Episode


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Beyoncé, Cornel West, Flavor Flav, More Appear in “The Simpsons” Hip-Hop Episode

The latest episode of “The Simpsons” is a Great Gatsby-themed hip-hop episode, “The Great Phatsby,” featuring appearances from RZA, Common, Snoop Dogg, and Taraji P. Henson. While they appeared later in the episode, an early scene at the mansion of rap mogul character “Jay G” revealed a slew of cameos. As executive producer Matt Selman confirms on Twitter, the initial party scene featured appearances from Beyoncé (in her “Hold Up” dress from Lemonade), Flavor Flav, Cornel West, George Clinton, and more. In another scene, Jay G reveals that he once collaborated on a line of brake pads with Lil Wayne. RZA, Common, and Snoop Dogg’s appearances saw them recording diss tracks aimed at Jay G.

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