Other rappers that people believe shouldn’t be put in the list include Freeway, Earl Sweatshirt, YG and Logic, while some others question why Tekashi69 doesn’t make it into the list.
AceShowbiz -Another rappers-related list has gone viral online. This time, instead of lining up all the best rappers in the industry, the new list features fifty rappers that are considered to be having the worst skills among others. Many people apparently feel the need to speak against it, particularly because there are names that they think shouldn’t be put in the list.
Among them are Ludacris and Cassidy. While the “Furious 7” star is placed on the 36th position, his fellow rapper follows closely behind on the 37th place. The fact that these two people make it to the list is enough to draw ire among social media users, who are quick to voice their disagreements and says that whoever made the list is disrespecting both Ludacris and Cassidy.
“Saw Ludacris on the list and just looked away. Clearly click bait from some 16 year old,” one admits, with one other pointing out, “Ludacris should NOT be on here.” Another, meanwhile, says that “they wrong for putting Cassidy on this list,” while someone adds, “Ludacris is funny so people forget that he can really rap. Take Luda off.”
Other rappers whom people think should not belong in the list include Freeway, Earl Sweatshirt, YG and Logic. “Earl Sweatshirt? LMAO the person that made this list doesn’t understand lyrics,” a person comments, as another individual echoes the sentiment, “EARL SWEATSHIRT???! You gotta be kidding! Logic shouldn’t be there either.”
“Bruh freeway Cassidy and earl sweatshirt shouldn’t even been thought of for this list,” a social media user writes, while one person jokes that Joe Budden is the one who made the list. On the other hand, some people believe that Tekashi69 a.k.a. 6ix9ine should be put on the list with one saying, “The only one that needs to be on there is @6ix9ine.”
As of now, none of the rappers mentioned in the list have responded to it.
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