Kanye West hit Twitter to continue his hate fest on the paparazzi with a boastful taunt that will surely cause his 10 million followers to scrutinize his decidedly inflammatory rap lyrics.
The morning after getting into a physical altercation with a photographer at Bradley International Terminal at LAX, West tweeted:
We took the liberty of checking out Verse 2 of ‘New Slaves’ and we’ll share some of the more noteworthy passages for your viewing pleasure. The majority of the lyrics are f-bomb and n-word laced – complete version here.
“I wear my heart on the sleeve, they throwin’ hate at me. I’m about to wild the f* out. F* it, c’est la vie. I’ll move my family out the country so you can’t see where I stay. So go and grab the reporters so I can smash their recorders. Y’all ’bout to turn s* up, I’m ’bout to tear s* down. I’m ’bout to air s* out. Now what the f* they goin’ say now?”
Earth to Kanye … things are likely about to get worse before they get better.
A police report taken by the Los Angeles Police Department on Friday relied on witness statements and video evidence that captured Kanye going ballistic on a photographer as he attempted to make off with the guy’s camera. The victim required medical treatment for a hip injury.
The information will be turned over to the Los Angeles District Attorney to determine whether the crime warrants a charge of felony attempted robbery.
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