Kanye Works With T.I., Gets Banned From California For “Ye VS”
It’s gotten to the point that we can no longer defend Kanye West.
Kanye West and T.I. worked on “Ye Vs. The People,” which isn’t the poopdy-scoopty-doop song (that was a troll). The song was captured in progress between Ye and T.I., where the interjections would be done, and more.
Ye is still receiving heat from his supporting comments of Donald Trump, and that he’ll still rock his “Make America Great Again” hat. T.I. also point blank asks him what he likes about Trump, and Ye tries to explain himself, but T.I. reminds him that there’s a lot of wish/washy thoughts that don’t align with what Kanye is saying.
See the clip below, NSFW language:
The song ruffled some feathers, but caught the attention of Snoop Dogg‘s cousin, Daz Dillinger of Tha Dogg Pound has issued. Daz has a warning to Kanye West to stay out of California.
The reason? In the song, XXL shares that Kanye says “Like a gang truce, the first Blood to shake the Crip’s hand,” and that didn’t agree with Daz. He called to all of his fellow Crips to “F*** Kanye Up,” which is not a group you want to have after you. His “ban” is in the LBC (Long Beach California, baby) and California as mostly a whole – with the exception of Calabasas.
Bringing the Bloods and Crips into anything is a bad plan, especially since Ye and family live in California, and let’s be honest here, did Ye not learn anything from East Coast / West Coast wars? Hip-Hop History? Is Kanye not watching Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac & The Notorious B.I.G.?
Whatever the reason for adding this to the song, Ye better want to check himself before he wrecks himself. As for Daz, news just broke that L.A.’s County Sherrif is looking at Daz’s video to see if there is a prosecutable crime, according to TMZ.
And finally, Ye received a letter from Jan Adams, the surgeon who performed Donda West‘s surgery (which many believe resulted in her death) on cease and desist using any photo or imagery for the promotion of Kanye’s album. He had tweeted that he wanted to use a photo of Adams for the album artwork. Ye shared the letter to the public via Twitter.