Joe Budden is trending on Twitter, but it’s for all the wrong reasons.
A top-50 list written by “The Brew Podcast” was posted on their twitter page on Monday with one thing in mind … controversy.
The post, which ranks the top 50 rappers of all time, has made a lot of people upset about the number three spot and has made twitter erupt with exactly what the podcast wanted.
Let's argue pic.twitter.com/u80dkZ4Max
— The Brew Podcast (@TheBrewPodcast1) August 5, 2019
Given that Joe beat out fan favorites like Eminem, Biggie, Kendrick Lamar, 2Pac, Andre 3000, Drake, J Cole, Royce Da 5’9″ and more, the Twitter universe reacted accordingly.
Budden, has no issues with his position on the list and Tweeted out, “I ain’t make that list but I ain’t arguing against it lol.”
I ain’t make that list but i ain’t arguing against it lol 😂
— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) August 5, 2019
It’s no need to argue, drop your location
— Chopped and Hued (@ChoppednHued) August 5, 2019
Joe Budden at number 3 for pump it up and that song he did with Marques Houston pic.twitter.com/bCZ1M9ADY6
— Jada Pinkett Pool Boy (@KRIS216_) August 5, 2019
I just saw some kinda list 🥴🥴🥴
— CROOK (@CrookedIntriago) August 5, 2019
38-year-old Budden is most famous for his 2003 hit track, “Pump It Up,” which peaked at #38 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and was one of the featured songs in the video game, “Madden NFL 2004.”
He currently hosts “State of the Culture” alongside Remy Ma for Revolt, as well as his own “The Joe Budden Podcast.”