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Sticky Fingaz (real name: Kirk Jones) is one of the characters of the rap group Onywho plays the antagonistic character of the same name in the beat-'em videogame Def Jam: Fight for NY.
Though Sticky is a real rapper, he, along with his fellow gang Onyx, unlike other rappers, play characters—by portraying such actions too comical to be taken seriously.
The reason he gets a page is because he's done the most guest appearances with other rappers of all of Onyx. His debut was a comical, raspy, miserable, violent thug on Boss's "Livin' Loc'd." You can hear him bragging about how violent and nasty he is. He even does his siganture funny voices. His most comical, perhaps, is in "Here N Now": "So don't make me angry/you won't like me when I'm angry, all that frustration starts to change me than I scream and my voice gets coarse!"Perhaps the biggest act of comical villainary can be seen in his 2014 interview with Charlamagne, when he asks him, "Are you still a criminal, Sticky?" And he says, "Absolutely not, ni--a. I'm a law-abiding citizen, NI--A!"