It's been interesting watching Shyne's career following his release from prison on August 4, 2009. There have been notable record contracts—his multi-million dollar deal with Def Jam comes to mind—and scattered new releases. He's also appeared as a guest on tracks by artists like Matisyahu and most recently Lil Wayne, who featured Shyne on Tha Carter IV's "Outro."

But Shyne hasn't remained in headlines because of his musical output. Rather, he's been consistently adding folks to his enemies list like some kind of hip-hop Richard Nixon. This has occurred more frequently in the past year or so, thanks in part to Shyne finding Twitter and launching his own account filled with tirades, plenty of typos, and more than enough criticism of his peers.

As such, we put together a rundown of everyone that's walked into Shyne's often-misguided laser sights.

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