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See Which Rapper Says Snoop’s Doggystyle Tops All Of Eminem’s LPs

Snoop Dogg celebrated the 22-year anniversary of his third solo album “Da Game Is To Be Sold, Not To Be Told”, but it is his debut project “Doggystyle that has another rapper claiming the album tops all of Eminem’s albums combined.


After Snoop Dogg appeared on The Breakfast Club where he stated Eminem was not on his top 10 list, the Dogg father quickly made headlines. “White rappers had zero respect in rap, let’s keep that 1-thowwow. None,” Snoop said. “He has probably put Eminem in the position to where he could be like labeled as one of Top 10 rappers ever. I don’t think so, but the game feels like he’s Top 10 lyricist and all that comes with it but that’s just because he’s with Dr. Dre and Dr. Dre helped him find the best Eminem he could find.”

Many did not agree with Snoop, and after feeling the heat for his comment about Eminem, it appeared Snoop Dogg tried to ease the tension. Snoop posted a photo of himself and Slim Shady with the caption, “Slim shady wit silky slim 🙌🏿🎙 gang gang ♿️♿️📖.”

Shortly after again via his Instagram account Snoop went on to list his Top 10 MC’s of all time. None of his peers made the list, perhaps a move to down play his comment about Eminem not being on the top list.

“A lot ni–az been cryin about me leaving people off my top 10 without. Even seeing my shit so here it is F. Y. I. Notice how none of my peers or m. Cs after me are on the list respect ya. Gz is what I was taught if u offended you’ll get over it I get left off a lot of top10s I’m not even on this one,” Snoop captioned his top 10 list.

The debate of who should be in any greatest of all time Hip Hop list will never end. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. There is no concrete official set of rules in place when selecting an artist into a top 10 list. Not to mention who has the right to say who is on the list. Well, one particular artist feels Snoop has every right to make that call.

Long time associate and friend of Eminem agrees with Snoop Dogg. Royce Da 5’9 who was part of Eminem’s Slaughterhouse group, has always stood up for Em’, but not this time. The two artist also formed a group of their own called ‘Bad Meets Evil’ and went on to release their debut album in 2011 with “Hell: The Sequel”.

Taking it to Twitter, Royce Da 5’9 said, ““Snoop is qualified to say everything he just said,” he wrote on Sunday (August 2). “And yes, I agree that Dre gave us the best version of Marshall we could’ve ever seen. I completely understand his criteria he’s going by. I’m the other way around as a fan. Snoop ain’t as high on my list as Em but I can’t live without Doggystyle. I’ll take that over any Em album… It’s all subjective.”

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Royce was not worried about all the “Stans” who replied back furious and went as far as questioning Royce loyalty to Slim Shady. “F— them”, tweeted Royce Da 5’9.

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