Top 100 Monster Quotes of the Internet Era


Rappers say the darndest things. During his brief illustrious career, the legendary MC always spoke freely—laying the foundation for MCs in his wake to speak without filter. 'Pac may possibly be hip-hop's first quote monster. His commentary often went "viral," even in a pre-ditigal age.

Rap's current superstars are no different. 50 Cent, Kanye West and Lil Wayne, just to name a few, have definitely taken a page from 'Pac's book and abide by a Notorious B.I.G. lyric in the process. "If I said it, I mean it, bite my tongue for no one," Big spits on Ready to Die's "Unbelievable." But, with the era keeping tabs on celebrities's every moves, inflammatory words have become the stuff media's made of. XXLMag.com looks back at the Top 100 Monster Quotes of the Internet era.—XXL Staff

"Nas ain't no street nigga. He ain't been in no streets.”—Young Jeezy, Philadephia 100.3 The Beat (2006)


“We don't fuck with you musically, so we're not going to provide music for you” —Kid Cudi to Wale, Complex Magazine (2010)


“Fuck MTV. tell ‘em what the fuck I said… I lost to Black Eyed Peas last year, man. I’m never comin’ to MTV. Y’all find Britney. Get Britney. Get a real fuckin’ artist. Get Britney fuckin’ Spears… Last two years in a row, man. Get off this nigga’s dick, man. I love this nigga, but man, Goddamn, man. Give a nigga a chance, man. Give a black man a chance. I’m trying hard, man. I got the fuckin’ number one record, man.”—Kanye West, MTV Video Music Awards (2007)


“Fuck Soulja Boy! Eat a dick! This nigga single-handedly killed hip-hop.” —Ice-T, DJ Cisco’s Urban Legend Mixtape (2008)


“Real talk the nigga that killed hip-hop for real is Nas, dawg.” —Soulja Boy, Worldstarhiphop.com (2008)


“Atlanta is not the South, Goddamn it, when you go to Atlanta what does your clock say… Atlanta is East Coast time. You niggas ain’t in the South.”—Pimp C on Russel Simmons, Ozone Magazine (2007)


“Don't get on the radio and act like a tough guy or not one that. You acting tough. What do you want us to do? We can’t touch… We can’t be violent or none of that stuff. You a coward.”—Jadakiss, Hot 97 with Styles P talking to Diddy (2005)


"Best Rapper Alive"


"The young heart attack, I spit that cardiac / You can't see me baby boy you got dat cataracts"


“The rumors are true. He did punch Cam’ron in the face. But he honestly doesn’t want to promote violence. He really feels strong about ending gang violence. He feels like they got kids brainwashed with that bullshit movement so he got to show them what it is. He feels like he got to keep it a little street just to get the kids’ ears because they listen to the rah-rah shit. So once he gets their ear with the bullshit, he’ll get their hearts with the real shit.”—Tru Life Statement, XXLMag.com (2007)




”Yo I’m at Rehab (club) in Vegas.. T-Pain is DJ’ing.. Sayin F**k JayZ, he old, blah blah.. guess its backlash from D.O.A,” “So I’m here wit Rihanna, @richyungamerica, & @paulcainsf.. Drinkin some strawberry/daquiri’s.. Not feelin the Tpain JayZ dissing.. Brooklyn!“—Fabolous, Twitter (2009)


"There's not another artist in New York City that generates more interest than 50 Cent," Fif said in the interview. "If we go international, Jay-Z is Beyoncé's husband. He became more popular and relevant based on the work that Matthew [Knowles] made Beyoncé do."—50 Cent, BET’s Conversations With 50 Cent (2009)


“All that faggot shit you poppin’, them little slurs on Drake and ‘em’s records. And I’ma tell y’all muthafuckas somethin’, y’all keep lettin’ this nigga get on y’all records and pop shit, I’ma start comin’ at y’all little niggas. Smack the shit out of Drake bitch ass. All y’all niggas. Fuck all y’all.”—Beanie Sigel, Triniiity Media (2010)


“I didn’t “borrow a page” out of anyone’s book. i’ve been calling my fans barbz way b4 I’ve ever heard any1 called a “monster” ;) its funny how ppl jump to conclusions. Maybe a lil black girl from queens couldn’t think 2 call her fans barbz on her own. Go figure”—Nicki Minaj, Twitter (2010)


“I finger banged her right there on the couch… She’s like reachin’ in, talkin’ ‘bout, ‘Game, what are you doin’ and all this. So I keep goin’, you know? So, my finger starts to get a little wet, so I keep it up and then I take my hand out. I smell it. And what I gotta say about it is: it smelled pretty good.”—The Game on Vida Guerra, Funk Master Flex’s Radio Show, Hot 97 (2007)


“I don’t believe that was [Osama] Bin Laden today. I don’t believe it was never him. I think it’s some dude just standing… I’m sorry. I’m from the projects. I know danger. I don’t feel no danger from that shit.”—Real Time With Bill Maher (2008)


“If she had condoms in her house, that would just fuckin' throw me off. That's just tacky.”—will.i.am, Elle Magazine (2011)


"Oh yeah - tell (Juvenile) to come say that in my face next time he sees me and then your gonna see me with another tattoo tear - boy! Tell him that straight up, don't even put that in my article, just call him or his manager, or whoever you had to call to get that interview poppin' off. Call him back and let him know, ‘I told Wayne what you said and he said, when you see him, tell him that and you are gonna be the next tear drop on his face."—Lil Wayne, Allhiphop.com (2006)


“Muthafuckas talking about they’ve got kilos for $17,500. Bitch, ain’t no kilos for $17,500 up there, and you know what I’m talking about.”—Pimp C, Ozone Magazine (August 2007)


"No I never look at it. I have a team that operates that shit for me. They’ll send me questions, and I answer them. That’s it. I was a prank caller when I was a young kid…I look at the Internet as prank callers. You don’t know who they are. They’re having fun. Actually, I’m not mad at that…You could do some good with the Internet, of course. But it’s, like, a man with horns. Not even a man–a dark force with horns–behind the whole shit”—Nas, XXL Magazine (2011)


"Eh yo, check this out. R.I.P. to Michael Jackson.I'm sad you had to go. Instead of you dying, it should have been Fat Joe...I heard Fat Joe try to say he ain't get snuffed. Somebody put something in his mouth, my zipper's stuck...When he on-stage he don't get a lot of feedback...Even Fat Joe was forced to lean back."—Papoose, 5th Pro TV (2009)


"This is crazy man, the wackest rapper [is] Lil B. He's got to get it. I heard him on [Lil] Wayne's [mixtape] Sorry 4 the Wait [on 'Grove St. Party (Freestyle)'], and that was it. That was it. I couldn't [listen to him again], that was it...I never heard really anything else [he's recorded] that I could even [compare it to] to call it wack, but I remember I heard [his verse] and that's what it was it."—Game, VladTV (2011)


"God, no! It was so disgusting to me that people would even link me and him. I grew up watching him. I look at him like a Russell Simmons figure, definitely not as someone I’d be getting it poppin’ with."—Nicki Minaj, Black Book Magazine (2011)


"I can’t help but to think that he is not nearly as sincere or genuine as he would like real hip hop heads to think he is because he speaks about me like I am dead. What he is doing is underhanded and disingenuous and whether it is his idea or not, I don’t agree with his tactic and I have something to say about it."—Canibus, YouTube (2011)


"See, what happened is Big Pun was surrounded by an enormous amounts of idiots,” he added. “And, sad to say, as big of a genius he was, and beautiful as he was, and I’m not just sayin’ that ’cause he dead, ’cause he was the most loyal, beautiful person… He’s my brother. I worship him to death… But, it’s unfortunate he was surrounded by a bunch of fuckin’ idiots. Nincompoops."—Fat Joe, XXLMag.com (2011)


“How am I suppose to talk when your gonna run this thing in the middle of while I’m talking…. Please don’t let that happen again. Ridiculous.”— Kanye West, Matt Lauer interview on Today Show (2010)


“How many ugly women selling records? None. Only the pretty ones sell records. Beyonce, Mary J, Keyshia Cole, the ugly ones don’t sell. I aint gon say no names, but they don’t sell records. They just be singing they little hearts out, but they get no sales, cause they ugly.” —Snoop Dogg, BET.com’s Hip-Hop Vs. America Blog (2008)

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“If Kanye West Dosent Acknowledge Me Over Twitter And Work With Me On Music, When i see him im going to fuck him in the ass”—Lil B, Twitter (2010)

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“When the gangbangers would try to pull it, I was like , “ Yo I will fuck you up. And if you wanna call your cousin call him. I’ll call me! Ill call me right now. We were shooting tec-9’s when we were babies, so the whole gangsta image, that ain’t nothing.” —Lupe Fiasco, Entertainment Weekly (2008)



"I've never done a song with Eminem. I sent him a song and he aint do it. I didnt like that but its all good. People be busy and stuff or a.k.a. just scared to get on a song with me."—Lil Wayne, DJ Semtex's Radio Show, BBC 1Xtra (2008)


“Let’s raise the stakes. If Kanye West sells more records than 50 Cent on September 11, I’ll no longer write music.”—50 Cent, Sohh.com Interview (August 2007)


"It's a false reality. Cause it's just a way to escape from all the demons and all the pain and suffering that I've been put through by people that are supposed to care about me. If it wasn't for my sons, I probably would've done something drastic by now. Even killed myself."—Game, XXL Magazine (2008)


"It's telling about people I look up to… [People like] Genghis Khan, Hitler, Nat Turner, J. Edgar Hoover, Huey Newton, all different types of motherfuckers. Some demonic, some of them are children of God. You gotta be a mastermind to survive in this world."—Nas, Sohh.com (2002)


“I’ma do the most controversial thing in hip-hop. Y’all heard it first. I’ma just show y’all that words don’t mean shit. I’ma make an album called I’m Gay, right?”—Lil B, Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (2011)


“If I was gon diss somebody I’ma say they name to they face and a fight go with that. So now, I ain’t diss Young Jeezy, ‘cause Young Jeezy ain’t the only one spitting fake dope prices. I’m dissing everybody lying about selling drugs.”—Pimp C, Atlanta’s 107. 9 (July 2007)


“I’ma gangsta. Gangstas don’t ask questions…I’m a rapper, that’s who I am Ms. Katie, and I am a gangsta.”—Lil Wayne, Katie Couric's All-Access Grammy Special (2009)


“I aint out here dressing up trying to be sexy licking my lips like old gay ass Ne-Yo. Licking lips and shit, nigga. Pussy dick in the booty ass nigga wearing all that gotdamn lip gloss at their video shoots and letting niggas put makeup on their face. Yeah, I said Ne-Yo, you heard what the fuck I said. Niggas putting all that lip gloss on they fuckin lips looking like theyve just been eating a pork chop sandwich with no hands.”—Pimp C on Ne-Yo, Ozone Magazine (2007)


“Game has a problem with people that are pretending not to be gay and are gay because the number one issue with that is that you could be fooling somebody and you could give them AIDS and they can die and so that in the closet shit is real scary.”—The Game, VladTV (2011)


“I’m kinda racist… I don’t really like dark butts too much.” —Yung Berg, Lip Service Satellite Radio (2008)


"3 Peat"


"Get on my level? you can't get on my level / You would need a space shuttle or a ladder that's forever."

“That nigga's a immigrant. He's a straight hater, he belong in little Haiti."—Jim Jones on Tony Yayo, Sohh.com Interview (2006)


“Shout out to the slave masters… Without them we’d still be in Africa. We wouldn’t be here to get this ice and tattoos.”—Soulja Boy, BET’s Black Carpet (2008)


You can’t kiss other men… It really don’t matter to us, we have real issues. Like Weezy fuckin Baby, come on man, he’s a faggot.” -Pusha T, Laced Magazine (July 2007)


"Puffy is a bitch. He wanted to be the hot bitch in his group... You know how an ugly bitch surrounds herself with pretty girls? Well, he is the pretty bitch with the other girls around him...He will suck the life out of everyone he is around.”—50 Cent, Shade 45 (2010)

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"If I knew the serial killer was livin' next door to me? No, I wouldn't call and tell anybody on him. But I'd probably move… But I'm not gonna call and be like, ‘You know, the serial killer's in 4E.'” —Cam’ron, 60 Minutes (2007)


"But my cut is blunt and futuristic and Nicki Minaj started wearing that bob on her head after she came to my show, so at the end of the day I know what I do and I know what I possess and I know who I am. I'm a trendsetter. The biggest form of flattery is imitation so I'm flattered." Lil Mama, Vibe (2011)


"I don't got no lyrics. The n---as who they say is lyrical, they ain't got no shows ... that ain't finnin' to get you no money"—Waka Flocka Flame, DJ Whoo Kid's Radio Planet Radio (2010)



"I think Def Jam needs to be a better promoter of hip hop. I think Jay-Z does a very good job...of promoting Jay-Z."—LL Cool J, BlokTV (2007)


"First and foremost, 50 told me some smart shit. 50 told me move him [Bow Wow] out the game, period.” —Yung Berg, XXLmag.com (2008)


“My fight against terrorism, to me, the biggest terrorist is Obama in the United States of America.”—Lupe Fiasco, CBS News (2011)


“I'm one of the premiere songwriters in music over the last decade.”—Consequence, Billboard (2011)


“50 you bore me, I might need to get at Eminem now. If I want any competition I’m gonna have to take this to Eminem ‘s front door.” —Rick Ross, DJ Envy’s HipHopnation (2009)


"White women treat they man like a king and Black women feel like they ain’t gotta do that shit. Black women need to stand by their man more."—Slim Thug, Vibe (2010)


"If ur talent is ur areola....then u don't deserve an opinion. Shoutout my sisters w/ that ambition n drive 1st. #salute"—Wale on Rosa Acosta, Twitter (2011)


“I will cut that dudes head off his shoulders…Method Man’s not going to be able to survive.”—Joe Budden, Ed Lover Morning Show (2009)


“If I made a dis record of myself, I would kill me.” —Kanye West, Funkmaster Flex Hot 97 Radio Show (2010)


“He played himself, yo. Seriously. Cause, like, we’re a young generation of fans. He could possibly have sold some records to those kids. What he said is corny, but him saying corny stuff makes him a corny individual, so he’s corny for that.” —Wiz Khalifa on Ghostface, Star and Buckwild Morning Show, 100.3 The Beat (2011)


“Been a day of rest and relaxation, sorry twitter – hanging out with nappy headed hoes.”—Asher Roth, Twitter (2009)


“You know now they’re saying monkey can be black and black racial. Me saying monkey. So, the only way I can fix that: Eminem, you’re a monkey. He’s really a honkey, but that’s racial. E’s a monkey. You niggas monkeys. We’re in St. Martin. The world knows you’re monkeys.”—Rick Ross, SpliffTV (2009)


“I will erase this bitch's social security number.”—Lil' Kim on Nicki Minaj, YouTube.com (2010)



“Jay-Z kinda bit my style a lil bit with the American Gangster album, because if you listen to return of the mac, it’s a lot of old loops and 70’s style tracks.” —Prodigy, Nobodysmiling.com (2008)


“Fuck it. I’m not even a rapper. I’m past that. I’m an R&B singer now. Call me T-Wayne.” —Lil Wayne, Blender (2008)


"I heard I offended the homosexual community," Ross said. "I sincerely apologize to the people I've offended...And just to let the gay community know how sincere I am with my apologies, I'm offering and willing to do a record with an openly gay artist such as Curly, Curtis Jackson, 50 Cent...Even Elton John...Both two great gay artists...So now all the gays, we good. Peace."—Rick Ross, Worldstarthiphop.com (2009)

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“I don’t even listen to rap. My apartment is too nice to listen to rap in. I have to be in a way more grimey environment to turn any rap music on.”—Kanye West, BBC Radio 1Xtra (2008)


MTV TRL With Ludacris, Orlando Bloom And Snoop Dogg

“It’s like when the space shuttle took off, it ain’t land on plymouth rock, so therefore you cant have carpet. I’m Jason Bourne right now. I’m just trying to remember everything that’s going on.” —Cam’ron, The Angie Martinez Show Hot 97 (2009)


“ If I can make Victoria Beckham cool then hip-hop can make anyone cool.” —Dame Dash, King Magazine (2004)


“Oh, hell no! That’s all good. I know we gotta share the wealth, but… this video cost a million dollars, fam. I had Pam Anderson. I’m jumping across canyons and shit. Oh, hell… Hey, if I don’t win the award show loses credibility. I appreciate it, man. It’s nothing against you. I’ve never seen your [Justice’s “D.A.N.C.E.”] video. It’s nothing against you. But, hell no.”—Kanye West, MTV Europe Music Awards (2006)

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“It’s over. It’s a feud that’s been going on for the last year and a half. He has a lot of other feuds that he needs to address. Im always here, in the wing, doing what I do. and I hope he continues to do what he does cause it’s a crazy business.”—Ja Rule, hiphopdx.com (2004)


“I can't wait to slap the shit out of whoever carries her bags. And I hope it's her nigga. Dirty bitch. You better know the fuck you talking about. I'll pay 50K to mess up your whole week.”—Rick Ross on Kreayshawn, XXL Magazine (October 2011)

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“So I grabbed him up by his little red hoody and I holdin’ him there by his hoody and I’m like, ‘Just chill out lil’ red riding hood,’ I’m holdin the nigga and there’s a bunch of commotion from all of the security guards. The hoody is over his face, like I coulda mopped the floor with him if I really wanted to. I’m just holdin him…so everybody chilled out. They calmed it down."—Fabolous, DJ Clue's Power 105. 1 Radio Show (2011)


"Yo, Taylor. I'm really happy for you, I’ma let you finish, but Beyoncé had one of the best videos of all time. One of the best videos of all time!"— Kanye West, MTV Video Music Awards (2009)


"I feel safe with all the police protection courtesy of G-Unit."—Fat Joe, MTV Video Music Awards (2005)


“I realize that my place and position in history is that I will go down as the voice of this generation, of this decade.” —Kanye West, Interview Magazine(2008)


“Puff come listen to the new record I did with your old bitch.”—Irv Gotti, Elle Magazine (July 2002)


"I'll be honest I don't think I’m gonna live much longer. That's why I started my street king movement. I want to mean more in other people"s lives"—50 Cent, Twitter (2011)


“ I don’t know if I’m supposed to say this, but in the beginning, Dre was writing all the material for himself and for Big.” —Cee Lo, Blender (2004)

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“Let’s get real and be creative. I buy these people albums and it ain’t talkin’ about nothin’. From Cam to everybody… I mean, I like Cam. He’s a good lyricist, but the album is wack, man. My man, N.O.R.E. I love you, N.O.R.E. Step your rap game up, man. Nelly, you trying to battle KRS-One? Don’t follow Nas, man. Follow Nas if you wanna be creative, man. My next album comin’ out to school a lot of rappers on how to be a man.”—Nas, Power 105.1 (2002)


“George Bush doesn’t care about black people.”—Kanye West, A Concert for Hurricane Relief (2005)

“George Bush doesn’t care about black people.”—Kanye West, A Concert for Hurricane Relief (2005)

“Sean John is fashion Viagra. I’ve had 40-year-old men tell me that once they started wearing Sean John everything changed for them including their sex life.” —Diddy, CBS News Sunday Morning (2008)


“Tell them who killed my man [Biggie], Suge. Tell them who killed my man, Suge! Gotta tell the truth. We fear nothing.”


“This is Benzino. My number is 917-502-6719. If I gotta read another negative shit about my magazine or me in your magazine, when I see you I’m gonna spit in your fuckin’ face. Aight, you stupid fuckin’ bitch. Aight, 917-502-6719. You fuckin’ slut monkey. If I read one more thing in your magazine, I’ma come see you, JB.”—Ray Benzino to Julia Beverly (2005)


“Is that you, Betha? You already know why you left Harlem… You ran up out of there, Betha. Where’s your congregation at? Didn’t you have a congregation in Atlanta? Did you leave your congregation or did you backslide? Which one, Betha. Don’t play with me, brother. Ain’t nothing changed. I’ll put you in my kufi category. Off with your kufi.”—Hot 97’s The Angie Martinez Show (2005)


“On some real nigga shit, though. How I really feel about these muthafuckas talkin’ about why is V-Nasty, why is she sayin’ the n-word… y’all muthafuckas ain’t never walked in my shoes, bruh. That shit be hella fake muthafuckas always asking Kreayshawn, ‘Oh, why you gotta say nigga?’ Is it a fuckin’ race? Am I offending people? Am I sayin’ it in a disrespectful type of way?”—V-Nasty, YouTube (2011)


"Chicks send me pictures. And I appreciate it! I love all of them. But I don't do that shit. I'm the Boss. Real niggas don't send dick flicks."—Rick Ross, GQ Magazine (2011)


“50 you bore me, I might need to get at Eminem now. If I want any competition I’m gonna have to take this to Eminem ‘s front door.” —Rick Ross, DJ Envy’s Hip Hop Nation (2009)


""Everybody, let's have a good time and party. There's a lot of issues out here in America. One thing they can't take away from you is your right to party"—Bone Crusher, MTV.com (2004)


“I just got a 2-way talkin’ about, Curtis is talkin’ about I won’t come outside. I’m in my muthafuckin’ vacation home ‘cause it’s gon be real muthafuckin’ hot summer, B. for everybody… You see the palm trees, I’m on vacation and I’ll be off June fuckin’ first. Curtis! Dickhead! Get my fuckin’ pool in the back.”—Cam’ron, YouTube (2007)


“When I used to hear certain shit that Biggie used to say, he used to take some of my lines from my lyrics, and use them. That used to piss me off, because I was like, “Damn, this nigga just bit my shit." —Prodigy, Complex Magazine (April 2011)


“The Diplomats are cool, but put Cam on the phone. Put Cam’ron on the phone! Put Cam’ron on the phone!”—50 Cent to Koch Records’s Alan Grunblatt, Hot 97’s The Angie Martinez Show (2007)


"I know I've been called the Louis Vuitton Don ... I've been called a lot of names ... Due to what happened, so severely, when the red shoes hit the runway, I was forced to change my name to Martin Louis Vuitton the King, Jr. Address me as such."—Kanye West, YouTube (2009)


"Perez Hilton calld me a douchebag so I had my homie shoot up a gay wedding. wasnt his but still made me feel better"—50 Cent, Twitter (2010)


“Who’s the worst muthafuckin’ rapper on the planet? Oh God! I think Joe Buddens is on that line. He’s on that edge of being the worst. Joe Buddens, like, you’re doing a million bars, a million mixtapes. What the fuck is a mood music. We doin’ murder music, nigga. Cut it out, man. That’s just my opinion. I don’t listen to that bullshit.”—Prodigy, Worldstarhiphop.com (2008)


“I can actually make the argument, seriously, that, ‘Yo, I’m better than all y’all,’” he explained. “You have people who can say that. Jay-Z can say that. Eminem can say that. Canibus can say that — if we are going line for line. If you want to relate me to the newer cats, let’s go. Let’s go line for line and bar for bar. If it’s all about spitting and metaphors and MCing and lyrics and entendres, I will eat 99 percent of you dudes up.”—Lupe Fiasco, XXL Magazine (2011)