Rappers who haven’t figured out they aren’t famous anymore!!

Written by on May 7, 2019

It’s not always easy for hip-hop stars to stay on top of the rap game. For starters, there’s the always tricky balance of keeping it real versus keeping it so real they end up behind bars for actually living the glorified gangster life featured in so many rap songs. Then there’s the simple fact that hip-hop has endured through the years by remaining one of the most rapidly-changing music genres. By the time you’re down with the latest Southern trap, there’s a slew of Chicago drill mix tapes to contend with. If you think that’s tough to keep up with as a fan, imagine how difficult it is for a content creator. This list is full of such hip-hop has-beens, rappers relegated to the dustbin of pop culture for a variety of reasons, including everything from unsettling criminal behavior to creative flameout. From Flavor Flav to Da Brat and Foxy Brown to Coolio, these lyrical gangsters are clinging to a tiny speck of fame. Keep reading to find out who needs to spit some truth about their fading place in the rap game. Soulja Boy hasn’t scored a victory on the charts since his 2007 breakout hit “Crank That (Soulja Boy).” He achieved moderate success with follow-up singles, including “Turn My Swag On” in 2008, but the rapper’s personal life sabotaged his music career. In January 2017, Soulja Boy (real name DeAndre Cortez Way) was hit with two felony weapons possession charges and a misdemeanor count of receiving stolen property, reported Rolling Stone. He took a plea deal, agreeing to five years of probation and 240 days of community service, according to TMZ.

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