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The Jew Tang Clan vs. the Wu-Tang Clan

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The Jew Tang Clan vs. The Wu-Tang Clan

Breakout star, anyone? Freaks and Geeks alum Seth Rogen's star-making role came by way of Knocked Up where he, errr, accidently knocked up Katherine Heigl. As the not-ready-to-be-a-father Ben Stone, Rogen made his loser character likeable. Armed with Knocked Up’s success, he, along with writing partner Evan Goldberg, co-wrote Superbad, which launched Jonah Hill’s career. On the Wu side, Meth was molded to be the group’s star. Why else would he be the only MC to have his own song (“M.E.T.H.O.D. Man”) on the Wu’s debut? After releasing successful solo albums, Meth joined forces with like-minded MC Redman to release albums and even a movie. Yet Meth’s biggest hit to date is the Grammy Award-winning "I'll Be There for You/You're All I Need to Get By” with Mary J. Blige. Word to the half ‘fro/half cornrow look!
Seth Rogen’s Wu Name: Cheeky Delinquent

Below we analyze the two crews to see which funnyman embodies which lyricist and vice versa. BET.com presents the Jew Tang Clan vs. the Wu-Tang Clan. Don't miss Seth Rogen tonight on 106!

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