Kanye West dubs Amber Rose as ‘stripper’ in Twitter rant at Wiz Khalifa

Melbourne, Jan 28 (ANI): Now that his album ‘Waves’ has a formal release date, the self-described “greatest artist of all time” Kanye West is back, reigniting his long war with his former flame Amber Rose after dragging her name into a 30 tweet-rant against Wiz Khalifa.

If the 38-year-old rapper had gone with the original title, ‘So Help Me God,’ of his new record, things would have been different. But, Yeezy renamed it ‘Swish’ and then changed his mind again and announced it would be called ‘Waves,’ of which Khalifa took objection with, News.com.au reported.

Khalifa took to his Twitter page to say, “Please don’t take the wave. Max B is the wavy one. He created the wave. There is no wave without him. FREE THE WAVE,” adding, “Hit this kk and become yourself.”

“Oh n****s must think I’m not petty cause I’m the best that’s ever made music,” West tweeted, adding “Like, oh that’s Ye and I can put his wife’s initials on my twitter @Wizkhalif.”

Khalifa quickly pointed out that the “KK” he was referring to was not Kim Kardashian, but, in fact, weed and added “I been smashed the idea of that album even existing. I got joints to roll @kanyewest.”

West continued “You have distracted from my creative process,” along with a Kimoji and then, proceeded to hit Khalifa with a 17 point tirade, accusing Khalifa of stealing his “sh*t” from fellow rapper Kid Cudi.

But it was West’s description of his former girlfriend and the mother of Khalifa’s child Amber Rose, that turned social media users on the rapper.

“I know you mad every time you look at your child that this girl got you for 18 years,” West wrote, in a now-deleted tweet, adding ” … you let a stripper trap you.”

West went on to say that Khalifa “wouldn’t have a child if it wasn’t for me” and “you own waves??? I own your child!!!!”

Rose hit back on Twitter, saying “Awww @kanyewest are u mad I’m not around to play in ur asshole anymore? #FingersInTheBootyAssBitch.”

West’s ‘Waves’ will be released on February 11. (ANI)

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