West Coast rap legend Daz Dillinger and Freddie Gibbs aren’t co-signing a now-viral Top 50 Worst Rappers list. The hip-hop pair have weighed in on the rundown and demanded answers about the list’s origin.
This week, both Daz and Freddie went to Instagram to speak up on the head-scratching Top 50 line-up.
Earlier this month, Top Dawg Entertainment’s ScHoolboy Q let loose on anyone getting involved in Top 50 rapper lists.
Recently, rap veterans Killer Mike and Bun B called Houston legend Scarface the only Top 50 rapper worthy of a list.
Earlier the same day, rap artist Rich The Kid shared a Top 40 New York rappers list.