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Texans-Bengals: The 10 Best Rapper PLAYOFF Tweets

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Houston has a professional football team. They are called the Houston Texans. A lot of people like them. Some of the people that like them are rappers.

The Internet has several forms of social media; one is called Twitter. A lot of people use it. Some of them who use it are rappers.

Same as we've done all season, we perused Twitter during Saturday's playoff game against the Cincinnati Bengals and grabbed the ten best tweets from the aforementioned rappers on the aforementioned social-media platform.

10. Dat Boi T

9. Slim Thug, via Instagram

"Took my boys to the game. They['d] rather watch basketball."

8. Chingo Bling

7. Jett I. Masstyr

6. Jack Freeman

5. One Hunnidt

4. Propain

3. One Hunnidt again

2. and 1. Killa Kyleon


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