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Upon whom the rapper is based

Billy the Kid battled John Wayne in Epic Rap Battle Parodies 22. He was played by WoodenHornets.

Information on the RapperEdit

William H. Bonney better known as Billy the Kid and also known as Henry Antrim, was a 19th-century American gunman who participated in the Lincoln County War and became a frontier outlaw in the American Old West. According to legend, he killed 21 men, but it is generally believed that he killed between four and nine. He killed his first man in 1877 and from his established though uncertain birth date was age 17 and could have been as young as 15.


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This Texas outlaw is gonna show this punk some tricks from the Wild West,

We do party on honnor, 'bout all of your death

But first you gotta understand the rules son, and that is Billy is the best

What in tarnation?! Your films are lasso three decades ago,

I actually shoot up people, you're faking it, just for show

Just read the New York Sun , you'll get a list of my deeds

No one cares about you, when you talk, all we see is tumbleweed.

I'm a Legend, a folk hero, and all you are is a pathetic actor.

You plus rhyming? Well I ain't no genius, but I bet that equals disaster  

Verse 2:Edit

As I predicted my rhymes are too hard for you to take,

You're looking tired old man, do you need to sit down and have a break?

You need to speak up, Quiet Man, I can barely hear a word you're sayin',

So draw! This ain't just a wild west flick, this is the real deal, no more playin'

I've taken on Dracula, an old man'll surely be no trouble,

I'll shoot you up, and add more to my kill count on the double

Now you've witnessed that Billy the Kid is the guy with the most flow!

You're done John, you got lyrically killed, call me stomach cancer 2.0