The history of white mainstream rappers is a long and mostly embarrassing one.
Sure, the list includes the Beastie Boys and Action Bronson, but it also includes Vanilla Ice and Iggy Azalea.
Of course, one causasian emcee has reigned supreme ever since he captured our hearts in the late '90s with his rhymes about killing his mom, killing his ex-wife and...being a surprisingly loving and devoted father to his daughter.
We're talking, of course, about Eminem - arguably the only white rapper of the 21st Century to have a major and lasting impact on both critics and audiences alike.
On the other end of the spectrum, we have aspiring rapper and all-around dip-sh-t Chet Haze.
Either way, you'll now know him as one of the extras from the "Real Slim Shady" video:
Yes, Chet has dyed his hair in order to look like his idol, Marshall Mathers.
But believe it or not, worst part isn't the look (though that's pretty bad); it's the caption that Chet posted with this pic:
"Always wanted to do this but my mom wouldn't let me #LivingOutMyChildhoodDreams #DearSlim #IWroteYouButYouStillAintCallin"
For the uninitiated, those last two hashtags are references to "Stan," Em's 2000 single about a creepy-ass stalker wannabe.
Just when you think Chet Haze can't get any worse...Just kidding; we know this guy is endlessly capable of getting worse.