Rappers With the Greatest Internet Clapbacks
    • THURSDAY, MAY 10, 2018

    • Posted by: Elissa Fertig

    Vince, you won this round...

    Vince Staples recently came out with a promo video for his GoFundMe page inspired by all his haters: two million dollars for him to disappear forever. In the video he says that if he gets the money "you will never hear from me again. No songs, no interviews, no anything". This was in response to Twitter hate he received, and on the GoFundMe page he's had all his plans for the money laid out.

    For 2M I agree to do the following:
    – Move to Palmdale
    – Buy a Honda
    – Year supply of soups for the homies locked down
    – Buy a puppy

    It got us thinking of some other amazingly hilarious internet clap backs by other great rappers (who are y'all, Vince-hating Twitter folk, and don't you have something better to do?) to waste your next five minutes.

    1. Rihanna
    BadGalRiRi clapped back to some of her Twitter h8ers back in the day when she gained a miniscule amount of weight and the internet drove itself into insanity with weird posts suggesting that her weight made her somehow less than perfect (literally impossible, guys). But as always, she shut it down quick. See clapback below.

    A post shared by badgalriri (@badgalriri) on

    2. Lil Uzi Vert
    The Philadelphia rapper has long been accused on Twitter of being a devil-worshipper (again, don't people on Twitter have something better to do than this sh*t?), particularly because of a post on IG showing off a 220k chain with an iced-out portrait of Marilyn Manson and the caption "Lucifer rising."

    Lucifer Rising.

    A post shared by Marilyn Manson (@marilynmanson) on

    It probably doesn't mean he worships Lucifer, especially since he's a well-known fan of Marilyn Manson. But it's a wild world out there on the internet and people clearly have way too much free time.

    3. Cardi B
    Cardi B has already had way too many good clap backs in her brief period of stardom. But when Azealia Banks called Cardi the "poor man's Nikki", she posted this video of Azealia turning up hard to "Bodak Yellow" on Instagram. We have no sympathy, Azealia.

    One of the reasons Bodak Yellow went #1! Cuz even the HATERS love it!

    A post shared by Cardi B Official IG (@iamcardib) on

    4. Drake
    When rapper Meek Mill complained in 2015 that Drake neglected to promote his album Dreams Worth More Than Money and accused him of using a ghostwriter to make his music, Drake didn't respond until he dropped two diss tracks at Mill: "Back to Back" and "Charged Up". Mill responded with one himself, but it was pretty lame and nothing like Drake's awesome and fiery tracks.

    5. Nicki Minaj
    After a long Twitter rivalry with Perez Hilton over god-knows-what, Nicki ended things with a bang by calling out Perez Hilton. I have no idea what any of this is about but you can see the clap back below.

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