News: Dres Says Kanye Doesn't Like Black People, Calls Pregnant Kim K Biggest "Whore"
Thursday, Jun 13, 2013 10:25AM
Black Sheep's Dres just does not know when to stop and has now dragged Kanye West's pregnant girlfriend Kim Kardashian into a war of words toward the hip-hop mogul.
While he initially downplayed calling Yeezy gay yesterday (June 12), Dres has fired back with ample shots at the platinum-selling rapper.
"Kanye West does not like black people....," Dres tweeted June 13th.
"drops mic.. makes coffee"
"besides not being crazy bout his music... i don't agree with the message he sends our people.. at all... I hoped him to be a better artist"
"and having a child with the biggest media whore of our generation.. literally and figuratively... what a horrible message to young ladies" (Dres' Twitter)
Yesterday, the rap veteran shot out a controversial comment directed at Yeezus on Twitter.
"Kanye... like Steve Jobs... is one of the most powerful gay men in the world.... God Bless Him," Dres tweeted June 12th.
"oh... he's not out yet.... my bad.... lmao"
"cmon y'all... i'm playin.... Steve Jobs wasn't gay...." (Dres' Twitter)
Earlier this year, fellow rap veteran Lord Jamar dropped a diss track called "Lift Up Your Skirt" aimed at clowning Kanye's manhood.
"Somebody mad at my hash tag," Jamar raps. "Instagram, Black man lookin' half a f*g/With a blazer and vest, I'm just amazed at the mess/Pioneer of this q*eer sh*t is Kanye West/He introduced the skinny jeans to the rap scene/Then he wore a f*cking skirt on the video screen/Then he wore it again at a memorial/I can't pretend that this sh*t ain't deplorable/I bet this n*gga thinkin' he lookin' adorable/Your music's good but your ego is horrible..." ("Lift Up Your Skirt")
In a new published interview, Mr. West discusses the love he has for his pregnant girlfriend.
"Any woman that you're in love with or that loves you is going to command a certain amount of, you know, energy. It's actually easier to focus, in some ways. ... I'm the type of rock star that likes to have a girlfriend, you know? I'm the type of soul that likes to be in love and likes to be able to focus. And that inspires me. ... [Parenthood?] That is a really interesting, powerful question. One of the things was just to be protective, that I would do anything to protect my child or my child's mother. As simple as that. ... I don't want to explain too much into what my thoughts on, you know, fatherhood are, because I've not fully developed those thoughts yet. I don't have a kid yet. ... Well, I just don't want to talk to America about my family. Like, this is my baby. This isn't America's baby." (New York Times)