Kanye West Gets Advice From Chris Brown After Jimmy Kimmel Feud: “s–t Ain’t Cool!”

Kanye West and Jimmy Kimmel Throw Down on Twitter

“@kanyewest hire some security or some street ni–as to take care of the bulls–t so u not explaining Yaself,” Brown tweeted today. But that’s not all. “I hate how the media makes us look like aggressive animals,” he also wrote on the social networking site. “On some real shit If those cameras on ya property that means its trespassing.” Brown added , “S–t ain’t cool!” PHOTOS: Kim & Kanye’s road to baby In defense of Brown’s security advice, West hasn’t had the best luck with paparazzi. The Yeezus star is currently in a legal battle after attacking a pap at LAX airport over the summer. Brown’s comments come in the wake of yesterday’s big Kanye-Kimmel drama, where West went on a Twitter rant attacking Kimmel for spoofing him on his show. “JIMMY KIMMEL IS OUT OF LINE TO TRY AND SPOOF IN ANY WAY THE FIRST PIECE OF HONEST MEDIA IN YEARS,” he wrote . “JIMMY KIMMEL, I DON’T TAKE IT AS A JOKE… YOU DON’T HAVE SCUM BAGS HOPPING OVER FENCES TRYING TO TAKE PICTURES OF YOUR DAUGHTER,” he continued. “YOU CAN’T PUT YOURSELF IN MY SHOES. YOUR FACE LOOKS CRAZY…IS THAT FUNNY?…OR IF I HAD A KID SAY IT WOULD BE FUNNY???” “SHOULD I DO A SPOOF ABOUT YOUR FACE OR YOU F–KING BEN AFFLECK#NODISRESPECTTOBENAFFLECK #ALLDISRESPECTTOJIMMYKIMMEL!!!!” he went on. West continued the attacks earlier today , writing, “Jimmy K.

Kanye West vs. Zane Lowe: Shea Serrano Tunes In

Saved under Brucella Newman , Entertainment , Kanye West Why is Kanye West so angry? That was a rhetorical question. It just seems that every time we see an image of Kanye West or watch him in interview, he looks like he wants to kill somebody. Does he now not have all he has dreamed of and more? Number one rock star on the planet (his words), big-time producer, a woman who not only makes all her own money but also gives him further publicity (that he doesnt really need) on her family reality show, plus a beautiful kid who truly compliments his name on the weather vane? So this begs the question: Whats eating Kanye West? In an interview with BBC Radio Ones DJ Zane Lowe, Kanye West sat in the interview hot seat in the studio and broadcast to the world that rap was the new rock and roll, followed by his claim that he was the number one rock star. Correct me if I am wrong, but is that not something for the public to decide? Hyping oneself up is hardly necessary and is not exactly ingratiating, especially when done with such arrogance that comes with a self-inflated ego. Watching Zane Lowe with West in the studio, I could not help but wonder what exactly was going through Lowes head the entire time. Perhaps it was imagined, but to me it seemed like Lowe felt that he had bitten off more than he really wanted to. His face registered that feeling that comes with that mouthful of food your great aunt makes you try, and not wanting to appear rude, you oblige. But then you realize that theres nowhere available to orally evacuate the inedible morsel of food without your great aunt seeing, so all that is left for you to do is to sit there and chew it all up while she watches. But on the other hand, Lowe also looked like he was desperately trying to find something in West with which to identify, nodding at all the right moments and interjecting only at a time when West had taken a breath. For the most part of the interview, I could barely understand what West was actually talking about. His choice of analogies was lost on me, it seems. But where he does appear be caught up in his apparent delusions of grandeur is with his claim to be a genius and that the only other entertainer on his level is Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson, in my opinion, nobody can touch, especially when it comes to talent, musicality, performance, vision and sensitivity. Michael Jackson is right up there with Stevie Wonder and Quincy Jones, to name but a very few. Jackson had the innate ability to translate his vision into actuality, which is no easy feat, particularly when one begins to analyze the preliminary steps that he made in the preparation stages alone. Yes, he was a perfectionist, the traits of which West appears to also demonstrate in his duplicity of character, but Michael Jackson in that sense was actually taken seriously. Forgive me for not lengthening the list of who are our greatest artists, but if I did, I would never finish this article, instead it would lead me to go off on a tangent in lengthy explanations as to why. If I have left out other very real and talented musicians of our time (in fact, I know I have), I do apologize now. Perhaps you could leave a comment on your favorite artist of all time at the bottom of this page, in the comments section. I digress. Kanye West may indeed be talented; he might have designed a line or two, or even worked with a rap star and a vocal legend or two. However, working with several artists in this way does not a genius make not in my books not by a long shot, particularly when you look at Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder or Quincy Jones historical and professional track records. The fact remains that West would do himself a great favor if he learned to turn on his filtering system from time to time (vis-a-vis his leaping on stage at Taylor Swifts award acceptance speech, grabbing her microphone and proclaiming that the award should have gone to Beyonce), develop a sense of humor and even a thick skin, because goodness knows it is needed in this industry. Instead of reacting to Jimmy Kimmel via Twitter in a less than mature manner than his actual 36 years of age should have allowed, perhaps he could show his maturity and not react at all. The antics of Jimmy Kimmel, who parodied West on his show, by hiring two kids to play the roles of West and Lowe in the BBC Radio Studios could just as soon have been brushed aside. West could even laugh at himself on occasion, the way we do when we trip up in front of a waiting crowd outside the club, fall between two chairs for no apparent reason, or tumble off a huge step on stage, in front of hundreds of people. Or am I just speaking from personal experience? Seriously, the best thing that Kanye West could do is simply not respond. Silence is golden.

“Right now we’re at defKanye-five.” ———— Kanye West isn’t laughing. The super-serious rapper went on an expletive-filled Twitter rant on Thursday against Jimmy Kimmel after the late-night talk show host parodied a recent interview that Kanye gave the BBC. The sketch depicted West, 36, as a little kid sipping on a milkshake as he gave the same ridiculous answers that the artist had given to the BBC’s Zane Lowe. Kanye, who’s as well known for his bizarre quotes as he is for his rants, was not amused to say the least. Naturally, Kimmel came back with some hilarious retorts. [Related: Even Kanye West Fans Take Jimmy Kimmels Side in Twitter Feud ] Here’s a sample of the tweets the two posted: JIMMY KIMMEL IS OUT OF LINE TO TRY AND SPOOF IN ANY WAY THE FIRST PIECE OF HONEST MEDIA IN YEARS KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) September 27, 2013 JIMMY KIMMEL, I DON’T TAKE IT AS A JOKE. YOU DON’T HAVE SCUM BAGS HOPPING OVER FENCES TRYING TO TAKE PICTURES OF YOUR DAUGHTER KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) September 27, 2013 YOU CAN’T PUT YOURSELF IN MY SHOES. YOUR FACE LOOKS CRAZY IS THAT FUNNY? OR IF I HAD A KID SAY IT WOULD IT BE FUNNY??? KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) September 27, 2013 I LIKE YOU, YOU KNOW ME, I WENT TO YOUR FAMILY’S WEDDING KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) September 27, 2013 SARAH SILVERMAN IS A THOUSAND TIMES FUNNIER THAN YOU AND THE WHOLE WORLD KNOWS IT!!! KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) September 27, 2013 apparently @KanyeWest is VERY VERY ANGRY with me…. Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) September 27, 2013 if it’s not too much trouble @kanyewest , would you mind using @jimmykimmel ? Thanks Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) September 27, 2013 I like you too! Glad we cleared this up. RT @kanyewest I LIKE YOU, YOU KNOW ME, I WENT TO YOUR FAMILY’S WEDDING Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) September 27, 2013 I know!

What’s Eating Kanye West?

There are definitely nuggets of wisdom in there, but they are just caked and caked and caked with gunk that theyre almost impossible to enjoy properly. 14:00: Kanyes question: You drive in a Maybach past a homeless person and you ask, Whos more free? Thats probably it for me. 15:30: A bunch of this interview has spiraled back to Kanye not being embraced by the fashion world like he feels he should. Thats a weird thing to process. Like, for the one: I dont want to feel like if hed have been allowed to make some shoes or whatthefuckever that wed not have gotten Yeezus, which I truly enjoyed (that of course extends to the inspiration for each of his other albums as well). But for the two: Its kind of amazing that and insanely impressive that when he gets his feelings hurt his body emotes this just amazing music. Whenever I get sad I mostly just cry and sometimes I get a cry boner but thats it. Certainly nobodys paying $12.99 to see that. I dont know. Kanyes Kanye, but Kanyes also Kanye, if that makes any sense. 17:50: Final tirade ends with some talk of a drug dealer buying you porn when youre a kid. When I was a kid I remember a friend and I worked at a gas station for a few hours one night just because his mom was gone and we were home alone and bored. We were there cleaning up and whatnot. When we were done, the cashier paid us by giving us a porno magazine.