"This is so disrespectful,” he relayed via the caption of an Instagram post featuring a picture of the Billboard list. “Whoever did this list need a swift kick in the A**. No. Tupac. Come on cuz. Jus my opinion."
The Snoopy D-O-Double Gizzle wasn’t the only high-profile rapper who didn’t agree with the list. Jay Electronica also had issue with who was included and called out the list’s authors by posting a split picture of their Twitter avatars on his Twitter and joking, “Why is everyone so upset about the billboard list. upset over a top 10 list of rap greats written by these dudes?”
Billboard named Tupac’s nemesis Notorious B.I.G. the greatest rapper of all-time, asserting he never dropped a bad song and that, while he was alive, he was considered the greatest: “By the time his group album with Junior M.A.F.I.A. dropped the following year, and his ambitious sophomore double-disc album Life After Death bowed just six days after his passing in March 1997, he’d already earned his title as the greatest rapper of all time,” the magazine wrote.
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