The P's for Positive, and that's my guarantee. The burger's probably still good. Damn, what the hell happened? If he don't, I'll find a. But first, they gotta get outta tha' 'hood by winning their regional competition. Get out of my shop! They need money to buy some music equipment so they can go to Las Vegas and enter a contest. Lep thinks quicker and uses his magic powers to make the gun really hot so T drops it.
Somebody's gotta win, but somebody's gotta lose. Suddenly, T realizes something is wrong, not just because his buddy is dead, but because there's a walking little green dude trying to kill him as well. Advertisement Starring Warwick Davis, Dan Martin, Coolio, Ice-T, Lobo Sebastian Directed by Rob Spera Synopsis: When three rappers want to get even with a pimp, they accidentally unleash a leprechaun who goes on a killing rampage in the 'hood. Their equipment blows up during their audition, and they get kicked out on the street by the club owner. Mac Daddy goes on another tirade which, by the way, is pretty much all he does in this movie and kicks them out of his office. Why do they call him Onassis? I wonder if this somehow builds off the ending of the third movie which I haven't seen yet and ignores the entire fourth movie, which would probably be a good idea.
For no one is safe from a lep in the hood. Postmaster P then distracts the Leprechaun, allowing the bullet-ridden Mack Daddy to hit the Leprechaun with a wooden chair. Who could forget the image of the evil Lep tearing ass in the go-cart, or what must be the only death scene in the history of cinema to involve a pogo-stick? Don't fuck with me, bitch! However, he drops them when Postmaster P. They firebomb Lep and run away again, this time going to P's mother's place. None of this makes any sense, especially the part about what they're going to do when Lep recovers from the effects of the clover and comes after them again, but no matter. You could be reppin' us, man.
A flow to your speakers is what I'm bringin', see. The hell with it, we up. See, Stray, you're thinking with a of failure. Let me talk to my boy, he's trippin'- You motherfuckers are wastin' my time. Porter, Chrystee Pharris, Derrick White, Anthony Montgomery, William Washington, Rashaan Nall, Bad Azz, Red Grant, Ivory Ocean, Barima McKnight, Bebe Drake, Donna M.
Stealing me gold is a sure way to grow old. Yeah, well, affirmate this, motherfuckers. Mac Daddy then dares Postmaster to shoot him, which and this shocks the heck out of Mac Daddy for sure he does. The Leprechaun hunts the friends in order to recover his magic flute, which places listeners of its tune in an euphoric trance. Beware the evil wanderer in search of his loot, lest you suffer the wrath of his golden flute.
We try to send out a positive message. Lep starts yelling about his gold, so they all shoot him, blowing him to pieces, and run out the door. The rappers want to get even with him so one night they break into Mack's place and steal a lot of his jewelry, gold, and even the medallion from an ugly looking statue. Butch visits Postmaster P at his grandma's house and convinces him to use a joint laced with clovers to strip the Leprechaun of his powers in order to steal back the flute. Thankfully, this is finally the end of the damn movie.
Three young rap artists are looking for a break. ? Among his newly acquired treasure, he comes across a golden flute that gives its owner great musical talent. This movie just keeps getting worse. Everybody's comin' up, but not like me. Three young rap artists are looking for a break. Also, Mac Daddy wants the flute back that P stole.
This map you bought was bullshit. After we win that contest in Vegas, we gonna be the hottest act around. Across The Universe 2007 The Soundtrack: Another soundtrack entirely made up of Beatles covers — 33 in total were used in the film, though only 16 made it onto the standard soundtrack. The first sequel was god awful in just about every respect, but was made bearable by the Lep's rhyming one-liners. The lyrics include such amazing wordplay sarcasm! But Lep In The Hood is not a good song.
This label, we rap about Uzis, blowing motherfuckers' heads off. They need money to buy some music equipment so they can go to Las Vegas and enter a contest. We fade in on Stray Bullet, Postmaster P, and Butch, three rappers from the 'hood who are trying to make it big by winning some contest in Vegas. If we win this contest, we're going to the Hip-Hop Cafe. Turns out T called Mac Daddy now runs a record label for hip-hop artists.