Mama said knock you out

Norris, Chris; Dubner, Stephen J.
June 1994
New York;6/13/94, Vol. 27 Issue 24, p24
Reports on rap-journalist Cheo H. Coker being punched by a member of rap group Wu-Tang Clan. Reactions to the caricature which accompanied Choker's article on the group for `RapPages' magazine; Implications of their actions on rap-journalism; Apology issued by the group.


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