The number one spot was taken by Magoo, part of the duo Timbaland & Magoo in the late 1990s. The pair’s first studio album together went platinum, and Magoo was featured on the hit track ‘Up Jumps Da Boogie’ with Timbaland, Missy Elliott, and Aaliyah.
Rounding out the top ten is Blueface at number two, followed by Lil Yachty, Stunna 4 Vegas, Silkk the Shocker, Jojo Simmons, G Herbo, 50 Tyson, Lil B, and I-20. See the rest of the top 50 below.
Unsurprisingly, not everyone agreed with the list.
I know these fuck niggaz don't got Lil Yachty & Lil B up there with Ron Artest and 50 Tyson. WEBBIE? EARL SWEATSHIRT? GUDDA FUCKING GUDDA? FROM YOUNG MONEY? On the top 50 WORST RAPPERS LIST?
Who made this? I just wanna talk pic.twitter.com/cnrheBrOs8
— OUW Fooly the Weeb God クリッサ lil Handicap ? (@ChrissaSJE) October 21, 2019
That 50 worst rappers list is more trash than the 50 best rapper list. lol Lil b, OJ, Chief Keef, Herbo, Carti, Birdman (he’s grown on me), Shawty Lo, Cassidy, Carti, Plies, Bow Wow, Luda, Slim Jimxi (better than sway lee), Earl are names that shouldnt even be close to this list
— Trapphone. (@Akaliltrapphone) October 22, 2019
If you make a "50 worst rappers of all time" list and include Ludacris, I will believe literally nothing you say.
You could say, "I have a cranium" and I'll be like, "send me a pic, Sleepy Hollow."
— Violet Gray (@VioletSilver) October 22, 2019
Earlier this month (October 11), Iggy Azalea – who placed 26 on the list – called her her former mentor T.I. “a huge misogynist” following an interview in which the Hustle Gang rapper described her as his “biggest blunder” as a record producer.
Speaking to The Root earlier this week, rapper T.I., also known as Tip Harris, criticised Azalea saying he was “still actively looking for another female rapper who can undo the blunder of Iggy Azalea.”
He added: “That is the tarnish of my legacy as far as [being a music] executive is concerned…To me, this is like when Michael Jordan went to play baseball.”
In a series of since deleted tweets, Azalea, who was previously singed to T.I.’s Grand Hustle label, dismissed the claims, saying: “Imagine thinking I was his biggest blunder lmaoooooooooooooo. Tip. Sweetie. We have a whole list for you.”