Examples: T.I.'s T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle, and Flavor Flav's Flavor of Love, Love & Hip-Hop

You might be a rapper if... you put on your stage make-up and practice your concerned face for VH1. Sure, you grew up on fights and scraps in the streets, but only you know how to translate those talents to suburban audiences—by arguing about toilet paper and household duties. Rappers used to keep it real, but you're the one that keeps it "real."