Gangsta rap was born in the inner city -- the kids who've had it rough, raging out with aggressive rhymes about gangs, violence, drugs, women and more. It should, therefore, come as no surprise that Tom Hanks' son Chet is the new kid gangsta rapper on the block.

As Lunch Break laid out last month, the young Hanks has remade himself into Chet Haze, a dude who drops a rhyme or two between classes at Northwestern University. And earlier this month, Haze added a freestyle music video to the mix.

Man, that kid has it rough. His 2010 freestyle is rife with his oppression as he drops "What you talkin' 'bout, Willis?", glocks on the Boardwalk while getting beat down like Rodney King. And here we thought it would be awesome to be a Hanks.

We also don't know how Chet does it all, between classes, raging against the fuzz, making music videos and taking to the Twitters to chat with his b*tches. As if that's not enough to keep a gangsta busy, he's also releasing his CD, "Get Hazed," on Valentine's Day. Why is he releasing an album on the day of love? "Two reasons. For girls, it will be a present ... for the rap game it will be a #massacre lol."

But for now -- as "the obliterator of these f*ckin twitter haters" -- Chet Haze deals with publicity, which is "nothin but shruggin off disses while being in the midst of opportunists in oppositional positions."

Just what exactly happens in the Hanks house? Was he subjected to Daddy's Dragnet music too much as a child?

Weigh in below: Chet Haze's gangsta rap -- a bloody massacre, or just bloody awful?
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