Texans-Titans: The 10 Best Rapper Tweets From Sunday's Game

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

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

We perused Twitter during Sunday's game against the dreaded, awful, despicable Tennessee Titans (formerly the beloved Houston Oilers) and grabbed the ten best tweets from the aforementioned rappers on the aforementioned social media platform.

There's cursing, history, religion and more. Malibooyah.

10. Bun B, poet laureate

If you're not already following God's favorite rapper, then what are you even doing?

9. 100 keeps it 100

100 (or #Onehunnidt) has made a reputation for himself as being a heady, insightful rapper. It translates well on Twitter. He's absolutely right about the conservatism. Gary Kubiak's the guy in the movie asking the girl how she feels about the upcoming election while she sits on his lap naked.

8. Mr. Luke


7. Tie: Mr. Wired Up Oh Boy/Bun B

Ninja Assassin: So sayeth Bun.

6. Tha Centop

JJ Watt has been absolutely devastating since last season's playoff run. He's like if a tornado had arms, except those arms aren't normal arms; they're more like tinier tornadoes. Figure that shit out.

5. Propain's Propaganda

Propain doesn't watch football like you watch football.

4. OG Ron C

Providing pretty much the best historical perspective of all, I'd guess.

3. Dat Boi T(weet)

Sometimes that's all you need, really.

2. Delo, badass rapper, soothsayer

This was about 30 minutes before the Texans actually won the game. Aces.

1. Jack Freeman


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