Five Worst Miami Sports Songs Ever

Lil Wayne's new joint, "Green and Yellow," is a love song dedicated to his favorite football team, the Green Bay Packers. In it, he threatens to cut a Steelers' hair off, "We knock the Eagles and the Falcons and the Bears off/Now we 'bout to cut Troy Polamalu's hair off," and even tackles immigration, "This is Green Bay/Bitch, we go hard/This is Packer country/Where your green card?"

Frankly, we think it's the worst track Weezy's ever released. It's amateurish, and sounds like a cheap commercial jingle for a ghetto used car lot. But sadly, it's not as bad as the songs written about Miami's sports teams over the past several years.

Check out Crossfade's worst songs about Miami sports.

1. Cory and the Fins' "Can't Touch Us (Miami Dolphins Rap)"

Everything about this song/video is wrong and disturbing

2. Pitbull's "Marlins Time to Represent"

Pitbull wants all four fans to stand up and say, "Let's Go Fish!"

3. Swazy Styles's "Miami Dolphins Fight Song"

Miami hasn't talked Super Bowl since 1985 ... They lost that year. So enough of the fight song remakes. The original is better.

4. D-Shep's "Miami Heat Theme Song"

LeBron would've never joined this team if he would've heard this shit show before The Decision.

5. 7th Floor Crew's "Team Rap"

The musicality blows like a 7th floor 'ho. But the song's pretty funny.

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