Top 5: Worst Athlete Rappers Of All Time

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(Photo by Garrett W. Ellwood/NBAE via Getty Images)

(Photo by Garrett W. Ellwood/NBAE via Getty Images)

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Carolina Panthers DE Greg Hardy made his way back onto TMZ Sports by ‘crashing and burning’ while rapping at local nightclub LABEL just days after being found guilty in court of assaulting his ex-girlfriend Nicole Holder a few days before.

You can watch him blunder his rap at the bottom of his post, but it got us thinking…

Which athletes are the worst rappers of all time?

We’ve compiled our top 5 even though there are PLENTY to choose from.  Let us know which ones are the worst at the bottom of the page.  I decided to not put Greg Hardy on the Top 5 list because when he actually raps, it’s kinda decent?

5.) Deion Sanders – “Must Be The Money”

It ‘must be the money’ that allowed Prime Time to make this record.  But the $$$ couldn’t make him a hit.  At least him along with the ladies were looking 90s fly in the video!

4.) Gordon Hayward – “Too Big Yo”

He almost signed with the Charlotte Hornets, but luckily he didn’t sign a record deal too because this is just terrible.  With lyrics like “they call me JJ Reddick, cuz when i shoot, they ask cash or credit” this rap song is just ‘Too Awful Yo!’ But you gotta love a white guy trying to rap.

3.) Delonte West – “Lockout”

HORRIBLE…just take a listen.  The chorus isn’t bad, but when West rhymes, I can’t help but laugh out loud.  You’re going to have a lot of haters now West, so please ‘make the haters freeze…Sub Zero.”

2.) Cincinatti Bengals – “Who Dey”

The Bengals not only make the list for basically copying the Chicago Bears team style of rap, but also because it is just pitiful.  No team in the AFC North should ‘fear the Tigers’ after watching this video.  Put Andy Dalton on the remix and you MIGHT, just MIGHT, have a hit!

1.) Troy Hudson – “Gangsta”

Retired NBA player Troy Hudson, aka T-Hud, has an incredibly bad song, and his album only sold over 70 copies in the first week.  What makes it worse is that when you type ‘awful rapper’ in Google, Troy Hudson’s song pops up.

Watch Greg Hardy FAIL at his rap:

Which is the worst athlete rapper of all time? Let us know in the Comment Section below.

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