Well that’s certainly a much nicer way to end this feud. We’ve had so many of these in the past few months, and it looks like another one is brewing with Lil Wayne and his “Wack” diss track against Birdman. But for now, at least one is over before it really started.
Trevor Noah has addressed his alleged beef with Kanye West after West called him out on stage during two different shows last week. At a third show, he went even further by mocking the idea that there was any beef between them at all. Laughing, he told the audience:
“Let me tell you something about that man… I love him! He’s awesome! And will you guys read what he tweets next time? Because that’s not a diss, that’s just educating you on something you might not know… It wasn’t a beef, guys! It was concern for another human being… I love him. He’s awesome.”
Tweet Kenny West
In case you missed it, Kanye West has been tweeting a lot recently. The rapper has posted several messages about everything from his support for Donald Trump to his upcoming album and new apparel line.
In fact, the rapper tweeted so much that many began questioning if he might be going through a rough time (again). However, in addition to all of these recent tweets, West also sparked some controversy back in September when he appeared on “The Daily Show” with Trevor Noah and explained why he doesn’t like calling himself a “Black man.”
Saturday Night Kaney
It’s been nearly a week since Kanye West appeared on “Saturday Night Live,” revealing his support for controversial right-wing figures like Donald Trump and Candace Owens. And now, “The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah has spoken out about the incident in an interview with New York magazine.