Hip-hop artist Daz Dillinger has issued a 'warning' to Kanye West, after the 'Touch The Sky' rapper publicly supported US President Donald Trump on Twitter.
Kanye has been on Twitter talking up The Donald in recent times, and this appears to have angered Dillinger - he called upon all Crips (a Southern Californian gang) to get involved if they see Yeezy.
In actual fact, he called upon members of the gang to 'fuck Kanye up', which seems a little bit harsh. He issued a 'national alert' for all members of the Crips to find Kanye - and also banned him from California.
This might be quite difficult, given that Kanye lives in California, but whatever.
If you're not a big rap fanatic you could be forgiven for never having heard of Daz Dillinger, alongside Kurupt he is 50 percent of the group Tha Dogg Pound.
The group were signed to Dr Dre's label Death Row Records back in the early 90s and also appeared on Dre's landmark album The Chronic. He has also appeared on records with 2pac and with his cousin Snoop Dogg.
Kanye has been all over Twitter recently, with some people being moved to question his mental health, as well as his views.
He recently tweeted about the controversial US President, saying:
You don't have to agree with trump but the mob can't make me not love him. We are both dragon energy. He is my brother. I love everyone. I don't agree with everything anyone does. That's what makes us individuals. And we have the right to independent thought.
- KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) April 25, 2018
A little bit bizarre, but fair game in the diverse world of political opinion. That simple tweet prompted Dillinger to release an equally strange video, however, in which he incites the Crips to violence against Kanye while chewing on a suspicious looking cigarette.
The video also sees Dillinger accusing Kanye of selling out his fellow black men, even comparing him to Samuel L. Jackson's character in the film Django Unchained.
Jackson plays a subservient slave to Leonardo DiCaprio's evil master in Quentin Tarantino's film.
Dillinger said that with his comments, Yeezy was essentially saying: "I'm with you Master Trump. Burn all these n*****s."
It seems as if Kanye has heard about it too. Another video released by Dillinger saw him driving in his car (while on his phone - a real bad boy, no question) and saying: "Kanye put a restraining order on me, I appreciate it."
Hopefully this feud doesn't get violent and everyone is OK, but let's keep the strange video attacks coming, it's hilarious.
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