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Jeopardy! Contestant Confuses Public Enemy With The Funky Bunch

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Jeopardy! Contestant Confuses Public Enemy With The Funky Bunch

A latest Jeopardy! contestant has long gone viral following perplexing legendary hip-hop group General public Enemy with the shorter-lived 1990s team fronted by rapper-turned-actor Mark Wahlberg, The Funky Bunch.

On Wednesday (June 28), attorney Halley Ryherd appeared as a contestant on the extensive-working trivia show. Underneath, the classification “Chuck D,” the gamers have been provided the response, “In the 1980s, Chuck D commenced preventing the power in this hip-hop team with Flavor Flav, a guy who usually knew what time it was.”

Ryherd was the initial to excitement in and responded, “Who is The Funky Bunch.”

Regardless of the erroneous response, Ryherd reportedly went on to get the episode.

Her answer has considering that absent viral, with Ryherd even commenting publicly on her blunder on Twitter.

“I’ve discuss to my therapist about it and I consider I’m prepared to endlessly be the particular person who mixed up Community Enemy and Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch on @Jeopardy. #mylegacy,” she posted.

Even Public Enemy frontman Chuck D caught wind of the viral mistake. He responded jokingly.

“Basically @Halley_BuzzesIn you weren’t absolutely much off,” he tweeted on Thursday (June 30). “In 1984 I Truly wrote this local Lengthy Island for my fellow mc at the time consequently as a RAP historian I excursion up a lot of people with the points Butch Cassidy Butch Cassidy’s Funk Bunch – On A DJ’s Birthday (1984, Vinyl) – Discogs.”

Ryherd responded to Chuck’s reaction.

“You know actually @MrChuckD was nicer about this than my in-rules are going to be at our family members reunion subsequent week,” she posted. “I guarantee I experimented with to buzz in for other Chuck D issues, Chuck! I seriously did!”

Hip-hop-related inquiries on Jeopardy! have normally resulted in some amusing moments. One particular time again in 2015, a contestant baffled Iggy Azalea for Azealia Banking companies. One more infamous Jeopardy! second occurred when a contestant unsuccessful to get a dilemma appropriate for mispronouncing Tupac’s identify.

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