There’s always that one in the group that we all know is useless but we tolerate anyway. In most cases, the weak links and third wheels quietly fade to black unlike the infamous good-for-nothings on this list who will always be burned into our memories. Here are the ten most worthless group members ever. Take a look. Photo credit: Instagram
Michelle Williams, Destiny’s Child - She’s like every STRESSFUL mall kiosk salesperson combined with the appeal of door-to-door Jehovah Witnesses and Burger King fries. We’re sure she’s an amazing human being, but she’ll forever be the ashy black jelly bean of Destiny’s Child.
Pras, The Fugees - Most people would cop a Pras-free version of the classic Fugees “Score” album if they could. Whatever life Lauryn and Wyclef gave you, Pras usually took away like the true cold-hearted third wheel he is. SMH.
Natalie The Floacist, Floetry - No one really cared about her fake deep sonnets and haikus during perfectly-soulful records. It was always about Marsha, never the Floacist and her Dollar store incense-scented poetry.
Mr. Dalvin, Jodeci - Some will say he’s “important” to the legendary R&B quartet because he
kept K-Ci’s cr**k levels high wrote records and provided the rappity-raps but, in reality, he never contributed vocally. Ever. On any record. So, no, he really wasn’t THAT important. At all.
Wish Bone, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - He’ll always be “the one in Bone that doesn’t belong” who tried his absolute hardest to ruin classic records. More mush-mouthy and mumbly than everyone else, his machine gun-flow never quite curled over.
Tweet, Next - Very little is known about this mysterious third wheel whose only purpose was to gyrate while shirtless and oily. Other than that, he was useless, and rarely ever spoke in public.
“Group member #3,” Immature - He was always there, in Batman and Romeo’s shadow, lurking in bushes and nodding to the beat behind trees around the playground. Sometimes he seemed like a ghost that only we could see.
D. Woods, Danity Kane - Diddy probably believed she gave DK authentic hoodrat appeal and sass but she never really fit the group’s high-end female Pop group concept.
Keith Sweat, LSG - Super groups always seem like a great idea, and LSG was, until you realized Keith wasn’t done begging, whining and moaning uncontrollably on records. At times, it was tolerable but never complemented Levert and Gill's sultry vocals.