It’s been a tough week for Kanye West. The rapper got into a heated feud with Wiz Khalifa after he changed his album name from Swish to Waves. Then he got his ex-girlfriend Amber Rose and her son, Sebastian, involved in their online beef.
Now that Amber Rose has responded with an epic tweet about Kanye West’s bedroom activities, Twitter has been mocking him for it. Now it looks like West has also been slammed by Waves creator Max B. Waves is a genre of music that’s a laid-back and chill version of hip-hop paired with sung hooks, according to a Vox report.
Although West has said that his album is a “gospel album,” he decided to change it to the name of the signature style of music that rapper Max B is known for in the hip-hop community.
According to a report via the Hollywood Life, Max got in touch with his music producer from prison, where he’s currently serving a 75-year sentence for murder and armed robbery. Max recorded a song over the phone called “My Wave (A Message for Kanye West),” which is about Kanye “stealing” his signature style “waves” for his new album.
The song was originally released in 2011 on YouTube under the title “Keep Taking My Wave,” but it has been changed in light of the Kanye West-Wiz Khalifa Twitter feud. In addition to the re-release of his song, Max B took to his Twitter account to say that he’s been flattered by West’s imitation, and has thanked his fans for their ongoing support and positivity.
Im truly flattered by all the emulations. Thnks for the love&support. Lets stay positive. My petiton is available on https://t.co/m5qJkDGJ0R
— Max B (@MaxBiggavelli) January 27, 2016
You can listen to the re-released version of Max B’s song below.
The Twitter feud between Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa started on Wednesday, Jan. 27, when Wiz expressed his opinion over the album title change. He tweeted, “Max B is the wavy one. He created the wave. There is no wave without him.”
Kanye West then tweeted, “All respect to [producer] Andre Harrel and Max B.”
“Yeah aight,” Khalifa then wrote.
Then Kanye West went off because Wiz tweeted, “Hit this kk and become yourself,” thinking he was talking about Kim Kardashian. But Wiz was really talking about his marijuana strain, Khalifa Kush.
Then West provided a list of 17 reasons why the rapper shouldn’t have questioned him, and then proceeded to bring Amber Rose and their child into their feud. Unfortunately, most of West’s tweets have since been deleted but his fans have shared screenshots across social media.
If you still don’t understand what’s going on, then you check out E! Online‘s guide to Wiz Khalifa and Kanye West’s Twitter feud.
You can also watch this Shakespearean actor read some of Kanye’s iconic tweets.
Kanye’s tweets as read by a Shakespearean actor.https://t.co/ZrkJjWqmIU
— David Schneider (@davidschneider) January 27, 2016
After his Twitter rant, West expressed appreciation for Khalifa bringing more attention to his upcoming album.
TMZ recently caught up with Kanye West after his Twitter beef. When asked if “he went a little bit hard on Wiz,” he didn’t want to talk about it.
“I said what I had to say. I said what I had to say. I ain’t saying nothing else. I told you I said all I had to say. Don’t ask me no more questions about it.”
Meanwhile, Amber Rose responded to the Twitter feud between Kanye and Wiz, and she said that Kanye shouldn’t have mentioned her two-year-old son. She also called the rapper a “f**king clown” and think it’s funny that he’s still mentioning her after all of these years.
As previously reported via the Inquisitr, Wiz Khalifa has proceeded to take more shots at West during a concert in Chile. And now the entire internet is having fun at the expense of West after Rose revealed an intimate detail of their bedroom activities. West has since defended himself and says he doesn’t partake in any sort of bedroom activities that involves “butt play”.
What are your thoughts on the Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa Twitter feud? Do you think he should change his album title to Waves? Sound off below in the comments section.
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