elliot-wolf - May 15, 2018
Listening to Celine Dion’s son rap gives me the same awkward feeling I get at the POS terminal of Jersey Mike’s sub shop which conveniently asks for a tip before even allowing you to see your total. Maybe next time I can play them some of Celine’s son’s music and that’ll count as a big tip. Because that’s the rap name René-Charles Angelil is rolling with, Big Tip. I guess mushroom head attached to an engorged but still skinny shaft was already taken by another Soundcloud rapper. Maybe instead of focusing all of this American anger at Trump we can focus it on celebrity offspring who attempt to make a career in Hip Hop because they’re too lazy to do anything else. Tom Hanks’ son Chet Haze was one of the first ones openly wanting to be the next Eminem, only a little edgier and miles more cringeworthy utilizing colloquial Ebonics like he had grown up in a very ethnic low-income housing area, forced to eat instant ramen every day. If these two dipsticks cared to pop the hood to check their privileged they would realize a rap career is only embarrassing their parents.
17-year-old René-Charles Angelil is following in mom Celine Dion's music-making footsteps, but his NSFW tracks are a far cry from "My Heart Will Go On."
The young rapper -- who performs under the name Big Tip -- dropped three songs on Tuesday, followed up with another diss track aimed at some of his critics on Wednesday.
Most likely René “just let me stick the tip in” Angelil aspirations to become a rapper is fueled by his hormones. He probably won’t see any panties thrown on stage once someone from his audience of ten people asks “isn’t your mom Celine Dion?” There’s no hardcore street credibility available for anyone whose mommy’s net worth is well over the $500 million mark.
Photo Credit: Splash News / Pacific Coast News / Getty Images
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