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BET dropped it’s “Top Ten Rappers Of The 21st Century” list and Nelly was not on it. What made it was was that even though his first two albums ‘Country Grammer’, released in 2000, and ‘Nellyville’ released in 2002, moved more than 15 million units combined and some artist on the list sold way less.

Nelly sat down with Grapejuice.net to talk about BET’s snub.

“It’s a funny thing, you try not to take it seriously because obviously it is an opinion,” Nelly said. “But when you look at things like that, what was the criteria? I don’t get what it was being judged on. Some of it from what they were saying didn’t make any sense. Cause it was like, they were judging one guy for this, then the other guy would come along and they would pretty much switch it around. I was pretty shocked, like one person told me, men and women lie, numbers don’t. I wasn’t expecting to be number one, but I thought I could have gotten mentioned.”

  • Goldenera

    Goes to show you that these rappers have all money in the world but what they really want is the respect of their peers. This nigga look like he gonna cry.