Kanye West’s appearance on Drink Champs with N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN was definitely one for the books. The two-and-a-half-hour sit down showed the Donda rapper ever-so candidly speaking about a list of topics, which caught fire on timelines everywhere.
From discussing his divorce from Kim Kardashian, his shaky relationship with Drake, signing Big Sean and more, ‘Ye’s comments have garnered mixed reactions especially from the people that he talked about.
Taking to social media to share their highly anticipated feedback, Big Sean and Soulja Boy had a few words to say.
For the latter, West shared on Drink Champs that the “She Make It Clap” artist was one of the “top five most influential” rappers but his verse for “Remote Control” on the new album just didn’t cut it.
Soulja Boy swiftly took to a live stream to talk about West and his comments.
“Don’t get on no motherf***in’ platform and say different from what the f**k you told me to my face,” Soulja shouted. “Tell me to my face that sh*t was trash … Who cut your hair? Yo sh*t fu**ed up.”
He continued: “You not finna baby me, n***a, with some, ‘Soulja Boy is the future.’ Shut the f**k up. You said my verses wasn’t hard, n***a? Who the f**k you think you talkin’ to—everything that comes out my motherf***in’ mouth is hard, n***a. What the f***k is you talkin’ about Kanye West? Yo album was trash. Yo sh*t wasn’t hard, n***a. Just ’cause it’s your album don’t mean you get to pick what’s hard. Put it out and let the people decide … That sh*t was trash. I ain’t even heard the album yet. All my n***as said yo sh*t was trash.”
For Big Sean, West’s comments were considered to be the most controversial of the entire interview. The rapper said that he regretted signing Sean to his G.O.O.D. music label, saying it was “the worst thing I’ve ever done.”
“Nah, look, I know this man’s mama,” Kanye said to N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN during the interview. “I’ve changed this man’s family. And both John Legend and Big Sean, when I ran for office, got used quickly by the Democrats to come at [their] boy that actually changed [their] life and that’s some sellout shit. And I don’t rock with neither of them and I need my apologies … n****s is scared.”
Sean soon addressed the comments in a string of tweets last Thursday (Nov. 4) and shared that he recently spoke to West and it didn’t appear that they were on bad terms.
He also responded to Ye’s Democratic comments too.
Watch the full Drink Champs interview with Kanye West below: