Black Pegasus shares his funny tour stories

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Black Pegasus is one of the few Colorado rappers that has made hip-hop his full time job. Currently he's working on the release of his co-hort Liquid Assassin's new album, Apocalypse, with his own album, Brass Knuckle King, slated to drop sometime later this year. But in between recording sessions and his relentless touring scheduling, Black P found the time to share some of his funny stories from the road. One involves Immortal Technique and how he scared the hell out of fan, and the other about a member of the Ying Yang Twins having to handle some business in the Rocky Mountains. Check the videos after the jump.

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