This Thursday, June 23, 2022, Netflix unveiled the eighth and final episode of its New School rap contest event. We finally found out which rapper Shay, Niska and SCH named as the winner. Among the candidates, Juss, a young 18-year-old rapper, caught the eye of Shay and the public. In an interview, he finally revealed where his much-talked-about scar came from…
That's it, New School, the Netflix rap contest is over . This Thursday, June 23, 2022, during the grand finale of which we have offered you the best moments in tweets, Shay, Niskaand SCH have finally announced the name of the winner of the 100,000 euros at stake.
This French adaptation of Rhythm + Flow was a hit and some candidates caused a stir on the web. A battle between two has also made a lot of talk. Juss, an 18-year-old rapper, has also become a real social media phenomenon. His presentation against Soso Maness and SCHis picked up a lot on TikTok. Indeed, when the first city asked him where his scar on his face came from, the young artist wanted to keep the mystery and answered him: “Ah, that's not a scooter >”. A repartee that both amused and intrigued the public.
In an interview with Brut, Juss finally revealed why he had this scar. “The mark on my cheek? Ah mashed that one it turned! As I said on the show 'it's not riding a scooter'. That's life, let's say. When we shot the show, I was in a rather complicated period. And here it came from a fight, as there were plenty of them. Like many people have lived. When filming for Netflix they told me to take out this little valve about that, which I had told them in the dressing room a little before. So I took it out at the Vélodrome and it made them love it“.
Habibi finally available
The Rapper intends to surf on his buzz. Indeed, this Friday, June 24, 2022, he released the clip of his song Habibi, on which he had missed on the show and which had caused a lot mockery on the networks. And, in the images, his scar has disappeared!
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