Ex-MADtv Star Blasts 2 Chainz: “He Sucks, Get Some Better Rhymes” [Video]

Ex-MADtv Star Blasts 2 Chainz: “He Sucks, Get Some Better Rhymes” [Video]

Former “MADtv” star Aries Spears has unloaded a flurry of disses directed toward G.O.O.D. Music affilaite 2 Chainz this week, calling out the rapper’s lyrical wordplay and content.

Approached in the streets of New York Tuesday (January 15), Spears wasted no time in dishing out his issues with Chainz.

2 Chainz is not that different … he’s just another TERRIBLE rapper … this according to former “MADtv” star Aries Spears. Spears was walkin’ around NYC yesterday when we asked about the current state of hip hop — and for some reason, AS unloaded on 2 Chainz. “I think 2 Chainz SUCKS,” Spears said … adding, “Have you heard the lyrics? All I want for my birthday is a big booty ho? Get some better rhymes 2 Chainz.” (TMZ)

He continued to bombard the gold-selling rapper by dissing his “I’m Different” single.

Spears continued … “[2 Chainz] said when he shows up to the scene, he shows up with his roof missing, he’s different . N**ga’s driving a convertible … if you wanna be different, show up in a horse and buggy.” FYI — not everyone feels that way … 2 Chainz has been nominated for multiple Grammys this year … including Best Rap Album. (TMZ)

Following the on-street interview, Spears hopped on Twitter and confirmed his comments.

“Man how do they know? TMZ just caught me leavin my hotel! Ask me about the state of hip hop I said 2 chainz is gaybage gay garbage!,” he tweeted Tuesday (January 16). (Aries Spears’ Twitter)

Last November, New York rapper Saigon called out hip-hop artists including Chainz for the content they put on records.

“That’s behind me, you know what, if they don’t change the message though, for real, I’m on a whole new beef, man,” Sai said in an interview. “[Who would I want to punch right now?] Rick Ross. I want to punch everybody, man. Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, everybody who’s putting detrimental music for children, man, because these companies market the music to children, and y’all know that. … This [music] is marketed to children and we know that. I’ve got kids, man. I’m not trying to have to battle with my own kid because she’s influenced by big booty [girl]. I did ‘106 & Park’ the other day, and I was so sad to see these little young girls spitting the lyrics and some of the stuff that was coming out their mouths and they’re 13 or 14, and they’re talking about all of this. I’m like, ‘God d*mn, yo, who’s responsible for all this? … It ain’t just pin-pointing Rick Ross and 2 Chainz and them n*ggas, because everybody’s doing it. Put them all on a dart board and throw the dart.” (“The Breakfast Club”)

Check out Aries Spears’ on-street interview:

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