Tyga has weighed in with his choices for the “Best Rappers Of All Time” — according to him, Lil Wayne and Eminem are at the top of his list.

Earlier this year, Billboard and VIBE released a list of their Top 50 Rappers of All Time, causing a flurry of discussion. Since then, various people have weighed in on who they consider to be the best.

On Thursday (March 23), Tyga decided to jump in on the conversation via Twitter with some of his picks. For the former Young Money rapper, there were only two clear choices: his former label founder, Lil Wayne, and Eminem.

Per Billboard and VIBE‘s list, the Detroit native landed at the No.5 spot, whereas Weezy found himself following not too far behind at No.7.

Tyga said he put the rappers at the top of his list because of their “lyrical word play, delivery, and flow,” among other things

“Lil Wayne & Eminem are the best rappers of all time! Lyrical word play , delivery, flow, pockets, originality , raw, intentional , clarity, generational influence,” he wrote.

Several days later, in a series of follow-up tweets he made on Wednesday (March 29), he also acknowledged his former Young Money partner in rhyme, Nicki Minaj. Tyga highlighted the Pinkprint rapper’s “word play, punchlines, creativity” and more.

“Nicki is the best female rapper of all time no one comes close! World play , punchlines , delivery, pockets , beat selection, creativity. Inflictions,” he tweeted.

The California native even shouted out Doja Cat, who he said was a “really good rapper too.”

This isn’t the first time Weezy and Em’s names have come up in this conversation. Most recently, Melle Mel sparked major debate after suggesting that Eminem’s ranking was inflated due to him being white.

During an interview with Art Of Dialogue earlier this month, Melle Mel, who was No. 48 on the aforementioned list, didn’t hold back about why felt the way he did about Em’s ranking.

“Obviously he’s a capable rapper,” he said. “If you was talking about sales, he’s sold more than everybody. If you were talking about rhyme style, okay he got a rhyme style. But he’s white. He’s white!”

He continued: “So now if Eminem was another n-gga like all the rest of us, would he be Top 5 on that list when a n-gga that could rhyme just as good as him is 35? That had records and all that? He’s 35. He’s white.”

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In another segment of the same interview, the Hip Hop pioneer made it clear he doesn’t think Lil Wayne should regard himself among the best either. According to him, Weezy can’t take the top spot for one specific reason — autotune.

The OG rapper said Lil Wayne’s rap skills are questionable because people “don’t even know his real voice,” asking: “How could you know. How?”

He continued: “If his voice is on autotune, was something wrong with his voice for them to put the autotune on his voice? Or is it just something that they did in the studio to give it that rawness? But how could you know?”