The Joker was actually meant to be killed in his appearance in Batman 1 comic because Bill Finger was concerned that recurring villains would make Batman look inept. Nevertheless, this was overruled by then-editor Whitney Ellsworth, so a hastily drawn panel, indicating that the Joker was still alive, was added to the comic. The Joker himself notes this to set up his next line. In keeping with the pattern set by his first unlikely survival as noted above, instances of the Joker truly dying are relatively very rare across all media featuring him. TV Tropes uses the term "Joker Immunity" to refer to villains who have similar tendencies to survive situations that would amount to death for most other characters based on their importance and popularity. Joker is also constantly "revived", even following cases where his character truly dies, in the sense of new adaptations always being made featuring new actors playing him.
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Mete Erpek born 6 September , better known by his stage name Joker ,  is a Turkish rapper and songwriter. He dealt with graffiti for 2 years, established his own studio in and started making rap music as an amateur under the name "Narkoza a. He released his first amateur album, Narkoz a. Stanley , in
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Joker is, without a doubt, the most commercially successful rapper from Alaska. Back then, Joker was fully in it, he was living the stereotypical rap life—selling drugs and rapping about it. That is, until he got caught trying to sell to an undercover agent. He ended up spending over eight years in federal prison for the distribution of crack. Today, that's not something he's proud of though.
The beef between Kanye and Drake has been going on for a long time. Several people had thought the duo had buried the hatchet. Following this, Kanye also hit back as he shared a screenshot of the message he sent to the rapper. In it, Drake had a verse that was directed towards the rappers he has had beef with. After the song was released, it did not take long for Kanye to respond to the same.