Kanye West Attacks Wendy Williams In New Song

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It’s no secret, Wendy Williams is not a fan of Kanye West and from what we hear, the feeling may be mutual. Kanye has recorded a remixed version of Aerosmith’s, Dude (Looks Like a Lady), as a not so nice jab directed at the talk show host, Daily Mail Online reports.

Reportedly, the song was recorded in an LA studio last weekend and is a result of him being upset that Wendy criticized him during a few of her ‘Hot Topics’ segments.

Press play for Wendy’s comments about the Kanye West vs Wiz Khalifa beef. Fast forward to the 2:07 mark for the juicy parts!

The site reports,

On the track, Kanye made references to untrue rumors that Wendy was born a man and had a sex change which initially circulated in the 1990s during her notorious radio career in New York. According to the source, Kanye’s lyrics went: ‘You obsessed with me/Keep testing me/You may be wearing dresses, but you a man like me/Got bigger hands than me/Let me see, your birther please/A dude in a wig that really wanna be me!’

Kanye West

Kanye West

Kanye played the record for some of the artists he has been collaborating with in the studio and everyone was going crazy. ‘It was really on the level of Nas’s “Ether” diss record to Jay-Z.’ This refers to the legendary hip-hop feud between rappers Jay-Z and Nas back in 2001 when they released ‘diss tracks’ about each other. But Kim has persuaded her rap-star husband not to release the song dissing the chat show host, fearful of the backlash from the trans community, a source exclusively revealed to Daily Mail Online. The insider told Daily Mail Online: ‘Kim was concerned that Caitlyn would be offended by the record – it would appear as though Kanye was in some way attacking that movement instead of just targeting Wendy. ‘She didn’t want Kanye to be labelled trans-phobic.’  According to the source, Kanye feels that Wendy is reverting back to her shock-jock days when she was notorious for claiming stars like Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, Russell Simmons, Will Smith and Ma$e were secretly gay.

Anywho, it’s highly unlikely that the track will ever be heard by the public. His upcoming seventh studio album Waves is scheduled to be released on February 11.

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Authored by: Kellie Williams