Wiz Khalifa doesn't tweet as often as some of these others, but when he does, his dispatches from newfound wealth and fame are short and hilariously declarative, like "Rooms W/o Mini Bars Are Trash," and he capitalizes the first letter of every word a lot. I don't understand that, but I like it.
Queens rapper Action Bronson, a former chef, loves arguing with people who call him fat on Twitter. He's always ferocious and funny and honest, providing fiery snapshots of life as a quirky rapper on the come up. The tweet below one is one of my favorite examples of an artist interacting with his audience ever.
Lil B is more plugged into the Internet than anyone else on this list, and he shares as much of himself as he can, which is often thrilling to watch. He's already released 10 mixtapes this year and he sometimes tweets upwards of hundreds of times a day. So many of those tweets are brilliant that it makes the ones where he asks women to DM him not that much of a bother. Last month he was on a naturalist kick:
Juicy J, a founding member of Three 6 Mafia and a current member of Wiz Khalifa's Taylor Gang, thinks about strippers and strip clubs a lot, so he tweets about them a lot. He also tweets about eating "scrambie eggs" sometimes, which is cute. It's hard to know if he's intentionally or unintentionally funny, but there's a Yogi Berra-esque quality to him that makes it ultimately not matter.
Superproducer Diplo lives a life of jetsetting leisure, and it seems like he uses Twitter as a way of whispering, cleverly and topically, about the absurdity of a lot of what he sees. Obviously a lot of people do that, but Diplo does it better. Plus he posts a lot of funny pictures.
Sorry, everybody. I know I said I wouldn't rank these, but RiFF RaFF has the best Twitter there is. His best moments there, like in his raps, are when he tweets something and you laugh because you get his joke, and then you think about what he said five minutes later and laugh again because you really get it this time. Someday, someone will compile all of his best tweets into a book (and that person will be me). Here are a few of my favorites: