Pitbull Makes GQ's "Least Influential" List, But Not Ours; Meet Miami's Five Least Influential

​In the December issue of GQ magazine,

our hometown boy Pitbull is the only Miamian to make the list of the


Least Influential People Alive." Tim Pawlenty claimed the top spot and others on the list with less clout than the Cuban-American rapper include actress Gwenyth Patrow, deposed Egyptian dictator Hosni Musbarak, and country music right-winger Hank Williams Jr. List author and Deadspin contributor

Drew Magary writes: "Because who could be less influential than a

guy whose music sounds like the aborted offspring of Nelly and


Well, tu no sabes nada chico! Not only is Pitbull a celebrity

endorsement king, he has single-handedly made wearing all

black really uncool, like sporting an Ed Hardy ensemble. Mr.

Worldwide is a trendsetter, amigo!

So we came up with five

more deserving Magic City denizens with less influence than a nickel bag of

Overtown schwag weed:

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