These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
In "Worst Lyrics I've Ever Heard... this Month" for September 2011, he confuses rapper "Young Dro" with "Yung Joc".
In his review of "Birthday Song", he credits Kanye West for providing 2 Chainz with financial backing and bringing him to the forefront. While Kanye has collaborated with 2Chainz a few times over the course 2012, he isn't responsible for either of those things.
While reviewing David Banner's Certified he criticizes Banner for ripping off the Ying Yang Twins "Wait (The Whisper Song)". These songs are similar because they share the same producer who at the time was trying to push a new type of club music. The songs were actually produced around the same time but, the Ying Yang Twins record came out first.
When talking about how he doubts Kayne West & Kim Kardashian having a serious relationship with each other, he talks how she married a football player named Kris Humphries. While he does admit that he doesn't know too much about who Kris Humphries is, spending some extra time looking into him can reveal that he's a basketball player, not a football player.
Growing the Beard: His early episodes focused on picking on bad lyrics and the Fridge Logic of the songs. Over time however the show became more about analysing the messages of songs as well as discussing the social context of the messages portrayed, while poking fun at bad lyrics was toned down and given it's own separate segment in "Top X Worst Lyrics I've Ever Heard".
In the "Top 10 Worst Lyrics I've Ever Heard...This Year (2013)" video, he pokes fun at Migos referring to doing cocaine as Hannah Montana by making up a song that goes "The Wiggles, The Wiggles, The Wiggles, The Wiggles! When this song comes on, it makes her ass do the wiggles!". Bizarrely, Jason Derulo would come out with a song that would refer to Shaking the Rump as "Wiggle" as well.
Lampshaded when it comes to his review of Swimming Pools. At the end of the review, he laments that the song has not achieved mainstream success. At the end of the next video however, he points out that the song did become popular, charting well between the two videos, thus making his previous complaining pointless.