Vice Replies to Your YouTube Comments
At VICE, we take the comment section very seriously. In this episode of “VICE Replies” Taji responds to your comments from One Star Reviews.
Young Dolph and Key Glock Respond to the Wild Comments on ‘Baby Joker’ I The People Vs. Young Dolph and Key Glock
Young Dolph and Key Glock and Young Dolph respond to the strangest comments made on their music video for ‘Baby Joker’
HoodCelebrityy Responds to Your Comments on 'Inside' and 'Daughter’s Cry' Music Videos
Jamaican Dance Hall rapper HoodCelebrityy respond to the comments for her latest music videos.
ShooterGang Kony Responds to Your Comments on 'Charlie' Music Video
ShooterGang Kony respond to the army of internet trolls commenting on his music videos.
Kevin Gates Responds to Your Comments on ‘Push It’ Music Video
Kevin Gates reads your comments on the music video for his single 'Push It'.
The People vs Doja Cat
After Post Malone, Wiz Khalifa and Cardi B, it’s Doja Cat’s turn to take on her trolls and fans as she responds to the comments on her video for Moooo!
PnB Rock Responds to Your Comments on ‘I Like Girls’ Music Video
PnB Rock responds to comments on his music video for ‘I Like Girls’.
Juicy J Responds to Your Comments on ‘Let Me See’: The People vs. Juicy J
Juicy Jobbs aka Juicy J reads your comments on the music video for his single 'Let Me See' ft. Lil Skies and Kevin Gates.
Flipp Dinero Responds to Your Comments on ‘Leave Me Alone’: The People vs. Flipp Dinero
Flipp Dinero reads your comments on the music video for his breakthrough single 'Leave Me Alone'.
Charli XCX Responds to Your Comments on '1999': The People vs. Charli XCX
In this episode of People Vs. Charli XCX responds to comments from her music video for "1999".
Best of Rappers Vs. Internet Trolls
Over the past few years Noisey has made a bunch of the biggest rappers in the world take on their internet trolls in the series The People VS. Here are some of the best bits including Post Malone, Cardi B, Migos, A$AP Rocky and many more.
The People Vs. KYLE
KYLE on looking like Ross from 'Friends' and not being a lamer version of Drake.