Hip Hop Pays Tribute To Muhammad Ali

By HHL Editors

Muhammad Ali was one of the greatest.

And not just because he liked to say he was.

The boxing legend passed away last night at age 74.

His boldness in and out of the ring is all over the DNA of rap, and Hip Hop reacted to his death accordingly.

My teacher. Thank you Ali.

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"If you even dream of beating me you'd better wake up and apologize" #RestInParadiseChamp A photo posted by The Game (@losangelesconfidential) on

Thank you for always showing me and my family love. He was so kind to everyone he met! I want my son @princejdc to always cherish this moment. #RIPALI we miss you. We love you. You have changed the world. And taught us all something REST IN PEACE GREAT ONE

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The Greatest. #ripmuhammadali

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Always Wanted To Meet You Be You Or Even Talk Like You. The Greatest Of All Time A True Champion #RipAli A photo posted by QuavoHuncho (@quavohuncho) on


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R.I.P to the Greatest. A photo posted by Raekwon The Chef (@raekwon) on
'Greatest of all Time' A photo posted by Rick Ross / Yung Renzel (@richforever) on

legends never die #RipAli

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I promise to keep the legacy goin - I love you I love everything you taught me - #AllahUAkbar #Mujahideen A photo posted by Kevin Gates (@iamkevingates) on

Rip champ #TheGreatest

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