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Kanye West is Queen Petty and I love it! His beef with Wiz Khalifa blew all the way up on twitter today! Kanye leaked a diss track that is supposed to be directed towards Amber Rose.

“My ex-said she gave me the best years of her life, I saw a recent picture of her, guess she was right.”

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Baby, I don’t care what anybody says Kanye misses Amber Rose! As much as he wants to play like he isn’t bothered he is. Both of them deserve each other.

Things got worse when Kanye changed the title of his album from “Swish” to “Wavy” and Wiz wasn’t here for it.

 

I didn’t know what the Wave was and still not completely sure. It has something to do with a rapper named Max B who is in prison and Wiz felt like he wasn’t paying homage to the original.

 

 

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Let’s just say Kanye didn’t take what he believed to be shade towards Kim Kardashian well. He tweeted and later deleted  17 reasons why not to try him or his wife.

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BRUHHHHHHHH! KANYE HAS PLENTY OF TIME FOR WIZ!

But Amber Rose had a little time for Kanye…

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Well, I guess Amber wants us to know that Kanye likes a little pleasure in certain areas.

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Something is telling me that this won’t be the end of this feud. At this point, I just want Amber to just go ahead and spill the tea in a book or something because she keeps popping off. If Kanye liked getting his ass licked and played with, Amber you did it. Chh this ish is a mess.

Do you think Kanye likes getting his hole played with or does Amber need something to stay relevant?

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  1. Lynette

    January 28, 2016 at 12:14 am

    Kanye started it by being an idiot and didn’t know KK was weed not his dumb ass wife, who has been around the block a few times so I’m not seeing why he’s clowning Amber for being a stripper, the same stripper he was crying on stage about….UUMMMMMMM I guess.

  2. Adoniyah

    January 28, 2016 at 12:41 am

    I don’t blame Amber the things he had to say about her child was WRONG. Also does he not realize he contradicted himself when he decided to say “you got trapped by a stripper” yet he dated her? Also he’s married to a woman with a sex tape and who’s been tossed around the industry from basketball, football and artists. Though again she’ll get away with it because she’s praised for her sucking the fat out of Rob and using it for booty shots. Oh and also he cried over her on stage, she’s only been with 2 people in the industry compared to Kim. He wants her back he needs to just admit it or come out the closet.

  3. Zem

    January 28, 2016 at 12:41 am

    Kanye is a coon. He praises his white ass wife for leveraging her sexuality as part of her “hustle” but degrades a woman of color for doing the same thing. FOH.

  4. blondemolly

    January 28, 2016 at 12:42 am

    If u talk crap about my child, I will get petty AF. No limits to what I will say or do…kanye should have kept amber and her child out of his mouth…and yes I think he is missing her too cuz judging from kk sex tape, I don’t think she’s more than basic bedroom behavior

  5. Marley

    January 28, 2016 at 1:41 am

    I love the messss! (Messie c voice)

  6. Kierra

    January 28, 2016 at 10:56 pm

    Kanye was dirty for mentioning baby Sebastian. Amber would have been wrong if she said “But don’t Ray Jay own Kimmy, Nori, and Saint?” Talking bout the greatest in music. What GREAT artist do you know brags about how good they are? Did Michael Jackson do it? Did Whitney Houston? Did Prince? Did Toni Braxton? NO! They let their talent speak for itself. Chile this made me mad

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Like scrubbing blood off the ceiling and bleaching another carpet

She takes aim at J. Cole for staying silent while Black women routinely “go missing,” yet immediately having something to say when she called him out on it. 

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