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by Alyssa Toomey | Fri., Sep. 27, 2013 12:17 PM
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Kanye West is at it again.
The new dad—who fired off a series of extremely heated tweets to Jimmy Kimmel last night after the comedian spoofed the rapper's recent BBC Radio 1 interview on his late night show—apparently hasn't cooled down from the matter and took to Twitter this morning to post his latest thoughts on his fiery feud with the funnyman.
And it's safe to say he's still feeling the #alldisrespecttojimmykimmel hashtag.
West begins by sharing an article on Slate titled, "Kanye West Is Right: Jimmy Kimmel's Sketch Was Ignorant and Stupid" before posting the apparent comments made by a pal who is clearly Team Kanye.
"COMMENT FROM JIBRIL DURIMEL: 'I'm really Against what Jimmy K. did with that parody,'" West began his rant on the social media site. "'Like Kanye said - Finally someone speaks some inspirational and real words that haven't been exposed in a while and JK comes out with this.'"
The spoof that sent Kanye over the edge featured a pretty adorable little boy reciting actual snippets of the artist's interview—in which West called himself the "No. 1 rock star on the planet" and delved into various personal topics—while fiercely sipping a milk shake in between sound bites.
"'It's simple, mediocre dreamers think this is humorous but all Kanye is pretty much saying in the interview is to dream to be the best,'" Kim Kardashian's man continued. "'A god". But then he's made out to be ridiculous for wanting to be at an even higher level of self confidence.'"
"'Exactly what he meant by "SELF HATE!'" he added moments later. "'I don't want to d--k ride KANYE just saying that if more people actually listened they'd grow wiser after listening to the interview.'"
Kimmel addressed Kanye's initial profanity-studded tweets on his talk show last night, and unsurprisingly, the 45-year-old funnyman took Yeezy's angry comments in stride.
"Quick question," Jimmy kicked off the show. "Did anyone else get a very angry phone call from Kanye West about an hour and a half ago? Just me? OK, I didn't know if he was mad at all of us."
"I don't understand it, I don't know why he's angry again," Jimmy continued. "I thought the bit was pretty innocuous. Finally, I'm in a rap feud."
Based off West's most recent tweets, we assume Kanye didn't find the humor in Kimmel's latest comments.
"'Jimmy K. is the EVIL guy trying to keep people in a box and not want more out of themselves. He does this by making fun of real dreamers,'" Kanye wrote. "'THE NEW ROCKSTARS! ;) No but really please think about what i'm saying,'" he concluded, retweeting another pro-Kanye comment from the Twitterverse.
Jimmy's only response? "I challenge you to a rap battle @kanyewest #iplaytheclarinet," he tweeted today.
But Kimmel isn't the only one with whom Kanye has some seriously beef—he also took aim at the paparazzi early this morning while leaving for the airport to catch a flight to Paris with Kim.
In a video obtained by TMZ, West, who is currently being sued by a paparazzo for an alleged airport attack although he claims he acted in self-defense, can clearly be heard yelling at the shutterbugs, who are camped outside of his home at 4 o'clock in the morning. No physical altercation occurs in the clip.
"Don't say anything to me man, like, stop asking me questions," an infuriated Kanye tells the pesky pap. "You're out in front of my house at 4 a.m., asking ‘How's it going?' It's not going good, y'all out here trying to make money off of us."
"Shut the f--k up you bloodsucking mosquitoes," he continues. "You want me to be standing outside your house at 4 a.m?…You bully, pick a profession that has some respect to it."
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