T-Pain has claimed that Kanye West once branded one of his lyrics as 'corny', only then to go and steal it for himself. The singer explained the drama in the video below:
According to T-Pain, Kanye's line 'Too many Urkels on your team, that's why your wins low,' from his 2010 album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, actually belonged to the autotune singer.
The Florida born artist took to his live Twitch feed this week where he informed fans of what happened between him and the Gold Digger rapper.
T-Pain said: "Kanye stole one of my corny lines.
"I couldn't believe it. Kanye stole one of my corny lines after he told me it was corny.
"I don't think he said it better.
"I don't think anything happened that his was better than mine."
He added: "It was either Prevolver - it was one of the Pre mixtapes before I released it.
"And on one of the songs I said, 'I got beef like two burgers, you n****s win slow and I'm smarter than Steve Urkel.' Now, keep in mind the Winslow family, right. Corny as f**k. I knew it was corny when I said it.
"Kanye confirmed it. He was like, 'Don't ever say anything like that.' Then after that, one of his bars was, 'Too many Urkels on your team, that's why your wins low.' I was like, 'Did this n**** try to get me to not say my sh*t so he could say it?'.
"I was like, 'Bro, that's my bar.' He looked at me and he was literally bobbing his head, grabbing his chin, and when I said that line he looked at me and said, 'Don't say that.'"
For those that don't know, Kanye has admitted to using ghost writers in the past.
In 2018 he wrote on Twitter: "Pardison Fontaine wrote the Violent Crimes verses. I changed 2 lines.
"He wrote the entire song through. Cyhi Cons Pardi.
"The ghost in the industry."
Pardison Fontaine wrote the Violent Crimes verses. I changed 2 lines. He wrote the entire song though. Cyhi Cons Pardi. The ghost in the industry
- ye (@kanyewest) September 30, 2018
Kanye also reportedly employed Rhymefest to write, arguably, his first hit song Jesus Walks.
Well unless you're living under a rock, Kanye's long-awaited new album Donda finally dropped a couple of weeks ago (Aug 29) and the project contains a whopping 27 tracks in total and runs for one hour and 48 minutes.
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