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We thought we’d come so far past this trend, but we were dead wrong. The trend of rapping athletes has been a thorn in the side of hip-hop since Shaq started using Bugs Bunny catchphrases for song titles. Fast forward twenty years and we’re back at one with LeBron James dropping a “freestyle” over Kanye West and Jay-Z‘s hit “N***as In Paris.” As you would expect, LeBron’s talents are better suited for sports rather than music. However, we’ll give him a high-five for effort.

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As we mentioned earlier, LeBron isn’t the first and most certainly won’t be the last athlete to drop some struggle couplets. The 2013 NBA Finals MVP inspired us to take a trip down memory lane and dig up some of the oldest and worse songs ever performed by athletes. Peep this.

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