When we put together VOTE: Who Rocked "Black and Yellow" The Best? we weren't mad at all the rappers who went in on the beat. After all, Stargate did their thing behind the boards and Wiz Khalifa created a simple but catchy hook that was easy to adapt into other phrases. But now we're officially ready to declare that the beat has jumped the shark. The other day, Vinny Guadagnino from Jersey Shore posted a video of himself rapping over "Black And Yellow" in a song called "Black And Guido," where he spit inspired lines like, "She said, 'Aye, can't you see that my skin brown?'/I said, 'Babe, don't make me pull my dick out.'" Classy! But things get worse. Today Gawker went and dug up "White and Purple"—a song by Chet Hanks aka Chet Haze (son of actor Tom Hanks). Chet must love college way more than Asher Roth because he reps his school colors (Northwestern University) and raps about, "Hitting blunts after hitting the books." Hardcore! Before some genius record executives bust open the bank and gives these guys that 50 Tyson money, we need to know: Who rocked "Black and Yellow" The Worst? Catch the videos of both versions after the jump and vote afterward. And please, no more "Black And Yellow" freestyles.