It Came From YouTube: The Men On A Mission debut rap vignette needs something more…

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“Men On A Mission is the ultimate ass”?! Huh?

You know what Men On A Mission needed to give them true street cred?

Lord Alfred Hayes.

Or should I say

M.C Lordship 9000!

Lord Alfred Hayes small photo

“Word up, good fellow! Promotional Consideration to your Mother!”

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8 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: The Men On A Mission debut rap vignette needs something more…"
  1. John C says:

    I like the name M.O.O. better, Mabel outshines others.
    Late 80’s and early 90’s was such a glorious time for tag teams in both WWF & NWA but at this point it was downhill.

  2. Doc75 says:

    how much you wanna bet Vince wrote the lyrics?

    • "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft says:

      I would LOVE to see Vince sitting back in a leather recliner with a pad of paper talking to himself and writing out rap lyrics!

      • Bone White says:

        “Hmmm rappers like trains don’t they? Who wouldn’t like trains, you Blake Beverley? Make sure they’re clean though, damn graffiti makes them look untidy”

  3. Vince B says:

    Even when he was supposed to be a babyface rapper guy, Mabel looked kinda…creepy. No wonder the Viscera look worked so well.

  4. Sean Bateman says:

    They were on a mission…. to get inducted right here at the ‘Crap!

  5. Bone White says:

    Lord Issac Hayes!

  6. The Doctor of Style says:

    I think it’s cool how WWF tried to push a black team of faces from Harlem, but Men on a Mission never clicked for me. Maybe cause their outfits looked like the Beverly Brothers’ rejects.

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