Joint projects, Instagram cameos and shout outs aside, rap is a sport. That much was was once again made evident when Drake and Pusha-T exchanged diss tracks over this past week.

Relaunching the spirit of battle rap was King Push, who clowned on Drizzy for ghostwriting rumors on his scathing Daytona closer, "Infrared." From there, the 6ix God unloaded his "Duppy Freestyle," a quick-witted barrage of disses accusing Push of fabricating his drug dealing past. The Toronto rapper also made time to mention Pusha's fiance by name, which probably played a role in the unloading of Pusha's even more vicious diss, "The Story of Adidon." The beef is now officially in high gear.

With the smell of hip-hop beef in the air amid the drama, XXL decided to ask fans today (May 31) about the diss tracks they feel have been the most disrespectful. If you've followed the rap-beef continuum, the answers shouldn't be all that surprising.

Returning to the peak of 1990s gangsta rap, more than a few folks called Eazy-E's epic Dr. Dre diss, "Real Muthaphuckkin G's," the most disrespectful ever. Keeping things on the West Coast, a few more fans Tupac Shakur's incendiary Notorious B.I.G. diss, "Hit 'Em Up," the championship belt for disrespect.

While Pusha and Drizzy's diss tracks didn't pop up too often in this run, retrospect will surely have its way and both will be remembered for being in-your-face disrespectful.

For now, check out more names that come up in our gallery below.

See Hip-Hop Fans Name The Most Disrespectful Diss Track of All Time


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