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'''Robbott De Negro''' is a ex-gangster and rap artist who is mentioned on the [[Lithium FM]] news in [[Grand Theft Auto 2]]. He was secretly admitted to hospital amid claims that his skin couldn't cope with the amount of metal piercings he had adorned his body with. De Negro had denied claims he had a piercing problem.
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'''Robert DeNegro''' is a ex-gangster and rap artist who is mentioned in a news segment on [[Lithium FM]] in [[Grand Theft Auto 2]]. He was secretly admitted to hospital amid claims that his skin couldn't cope with the amount of metal piercings he had adorned his body with. DeNegro had denied claims he had a piercing problem.
  
Robbott De Negro is apparantly a real life rap artist, as, according to the game credits, he contributed vocals to two songs on the soundtrack (Negro Vs. Conner's ''Showin' Me Love'' and E=MC Good Times' ''Jacking In Hilltown''). His name is a play on that of actor [[wp:Robert De Niro|Robert De Niro]].
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Robert De Negro is apparently a real-life rap artist as, according to the game credits, he contributed vocals to two songs on the soundtrack (Negro Vs. Conner's "Showin' Me Love" and E=MC Good Times' "Jacking In Hilltown"). His name is a play on the actor [[wp:Robert De Niro|Robert De Niro]].
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Revision as of 13:15, 18 February 2010

See also: Robert De Negro

Robert DeNegro is a ex-gangster and rap artist who is mentioned in a news segment on Lithium FM in Grand Theft Auto 2. He was secretly admitted to hospital amid claims that his skin couldn't cope with the amount of metal piercings he had adorned his body with. DeNegro had denied claims he had a piercing problem.

Robert De Negro is apparently a real-life rap artist as, according to the game credits, he contributed vocals to two songs on the soundtrack (Negro Vs. Conner's "Showin' Me Love" and E=MC Good Times' "Jacking In Hilltown"). His name is a play on the actor Robert De Niro.