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PS3 hacker Geohot rap attacks Sony 'fudgepackers'


12:00 PM on 02.14.2011



Notorious PS3 hacker George "Geohot" Hotz is apparently the next Will Smith, as he shows off his rap skills and puts Sony in its place.

Responding to the legal proceedings that Sony is leveling against him, Hotz (who looks a bit like Quentin Tarantino) refers to the company as a group of fudgepackers and invites them to pound him in the ass. He also refers to himself as the personification of freedom for all and dares Sony to exhibit his musical skills in the courtroom. 

The biggest surprise is that this isn't as terrible as you think it will be. 

[Thanks, Ethan]






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