Boot Camp Clik’s Sean Price and Dr. Cornel West have now exchanged words weeks after the New York rapper called him the devil and made countless accusations.
Rather than lash out, Dr. West denied Price’s tags and said he should seek religion.
“In regard to my dear brother Sean P. — he has a right to be wrong. I am not “the Devil,” but a blessed child of God…and so is he.,” West tweeted Thursday (October 25) evening.
“I am sad that brother Sean P. trusts no one, and that he believes in nothing. My humble advice is to try Jesus or at least #Love!” (Dr. Cornel West’s Twitter)
Although Price did not take his words back, he did acknowledge West’s response.
“@CornelWest no doubt sir,” he tweeted. (Sean Price’s Twitter)
Earlier this week, Sean P came clean on going after Dr. West’s neck.
“Yes [I really believe that. Evidence?] No, I have none. That’s just my weirdo way of thinking,” Price said in an interview. “I don’t know, man. It’s something about people who talk all that sh8T and all that “We need to do this and we need to do that…” I don’t trust nobody, I don’t believe nobody. I don’t think he’s intentionally poisoning us; he thinks he’s doing good but he’s a puppet like the rest of them.” (Village Voice)
A few weeks back, the political activist demanded rap mogul Jay-Z address his ownership percentage of the Brooklyn Nets.
Once again, folks are all up in Jay Z’s business over exactly how much of a stake he has in the Brooklyn Nets. Academic and activist Cornell West recently implored the rapper to disclose the financial facts. “Now I love Jay-Z, I’ve spent much time with the brother. He’s a lyrical genius. But we’ve got to tell him the truth. Tell the truth, Jay-Z. You tell the truth on ‘Reasonable Doubt’ in 1996, that’s what he started out with. He’s telling the truth, we love you negro. But we gon’ make sure you’re accountable too. All of us in this together, and I’m saying it out of love,” said West. (Atlanta Black Star)