Miley Cyrus Attempts To Rap, and 5 Other Stars Who Shouldn't Have Freestyled

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Miley Cyrus is trying very, very hard to separate herself from anything that would possibly remind you of a little show called Hannah Montana. And now, she's rapping on French Montana's remix of "Ain't Worried 'Bout Nothin'," because of course she is. We'd beg Miley to stop but, uhh, she can't stop, remember? Here is a list of other celebrities who tried to get into the rap game... and only ended up with a bad rap. 

Miley Cyrus and Other Celebs Who Shouldn't Be Rapping

Miley Cyrus is trying very, very hard to separate herself from anything that would possibly remind you of a little show called Hannah Montana. And now, she's rapping on French Montana's remix of "Ain't Worried 'Bout Nothin'," because of course she is. We'd beg Miley to stop but, uhh, she can't stop, remember? Here is a list of other celebrities who tried to get into the rap game... and only ended up with a bad rap. 

Brian Austin Green

Things no one wants to hear: the sounds of David Silver from Beverly Hills, 90210 rapping. Alas, Brian Austin Green disagreed, and in 1996 he dropped a rap album titled One Stop Carnival. Enjoy this single... or not. 

Amanda Bynes

Amanda Bynes has been through the ringer this year, and we feel for her. While we'd love for her to revitalize her career once she gets healthy, a "rap artist" isn't exactly the career we had in mind. Yet, apparently, this plan to turn Bynes into a rap star was already put into motion. According to reports, Bynes was in the process of signing with Waka Flocka Flame's label.  

Kevin Federline

Oh, hey, remember when he was relevant? This barely-actually-a-celebrity rapper embarrassed himself by performing his rap song "Lose Control" at the Teen Choice Awards in 2006. (And remember "Popozao"?) Stick to marrying unhinged pop stars, KFed. It's what you're best at. 

Justin Bieber

Thankfully, Bieber isn't launching a rap career. Instead, he just makes our ears bleed by pseudo-rapping over his own tracks. On "Boyfriend," Biebs kind-of-sort-of raps about "chillin' by the fire while we eatin’ fondue." Classy, but, uh, weird. 


Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton attempted a career as a singer with her debut album Paris in 2006. But despite blah results, Hilton wasn't done exploring her, umm, "talents" in the music world. According to reports, Hilton has signed with Cash Money Records — aka the same label that has artists like Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne on the roster — and will be releasing a new album that promises to be much different than her first. Hilton as a rap superstar? We'll try not to laugh.