Lupe Fiasco is having a bit of trouble: antagonistic messages and harsh responses to his song “Bitch Bad” which demands other artists reconsider the use of the word “Bitch” in their tracks.
Chief Keef, best known for “Don’t Like”, a song amplified by Kanye West, sent out the following tweet on the evening of Sept. 5:
Lupe fiasco a hoe ass nigga And wen I see him I’ma smack him like da lil bitch he is #300
But, Keef blamed hacking for his inflammatory comments towards Lupe Fiasco. After calling him a “hoe” and saying that he would “smack him like da lil b—h he is,” Keef claimed that he had never dissed the veteran MC, who recently called Keef and his kind scary, and said someone was trying to make him look bad by taking over his account.
“My Twitter has been hacked,” he wrote. “I think I’m making a new one dumb hating ass people,” he said.
Keef also backtracked tweets that attacked Lil Wayne and recently murdered rapper Lil JoJo, the latter of whom Keef mocked after the murder), the message appears to have shaken up Fiasco:
i have spoken peace only 2 receive vitriol and malice in return. My brother seeks destruction my sister seeks attention paths to nothingness
i’d die for them…but they’d probably spit on my grave…i still will die for them…just bury me in a place far from their reach…Amin
This album will probably be my last…its been a pleasure to have all my fans provide so much love an inspiration for me and my family
but my heart is broken and i see no comfort further along this path only more pain. I cannot participate any longer in this…
My first true love was literature so i will return to that…lupe fiasco ends here…
Kanye West has also taking to Twitter for a monologue of his thoughts on the word. He also has an unreleased song titled “Perfect Bitch” (about his girlfriend Kim Kardashian):
I usually never tweet questions but I struggle with this so here goes… Is the word BITCH acceptable?
Kanye ended his tweet by posting Lupe Fiasco’s video “Bitch Bad“.