1. SEE, HEAR: “Rapper Madness” (1995).

    “Damn you rap music!” Such is the sentiment of “Rapper Madness,” a spoof of the 1930s anti-marijuana propaganda film Reefer Madness from the mid ’90s John Leguizamo TV show House of Buggin’ , which lasted one season on FOX. Instead of warning of the inherent evils of weed, this parody warns of what can happen to the youth who fall under the dangerous influence of rap music. (Cue “Don’t Do It!” from “White Lines.”) Make sure to look for actors Luis Guzmán and Guillermo Díaz, who played the character Scarface in the Half Baked . Peep it after the jump…

    House of Buggin’ — “Rapper Madness”

    “What is that? Is that rap? No, no. I don’t listen to that kind of stuff.” “C’mon, what are you scared of? You wanna be down don’t you?”

    (Props to ‪bugginvideos‬ for the upload)

    BONUS: Reefer Madness Trailer

    The 1936 film that inspired the Buggin’ skit.

    (Props to Something Weird)

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