Steve Harvey Warns Kanye West ‘Pull Up, It Ain’t What You Want, After Ye Goes in on D.L. Hughley
“Pull up, it ain’t what you want,” Steve Harvey began on his syndicated radio morning show. “If y’all do get to scrapping, all my cash on D.L., ’cause you have no idea. You been a lil politically, socially conscious rapper—we from a ass-whoopin’ era…We from a whole ’nother era.”
Harvey is 65 years old while Hughley is 59 and Kanye is 44.
After D.L. Hughley said in the Vlad interview last month that Kanye West is stalking his now ex-wife, Kim Kardashian, the two men engulfed themselves in a war of words with Kanye threatening to have Hughley harmed as he can “afford to hurt him” and Hughley, in turn, making light of the rapper’s mental health.
Steve Harvey coming to D.L. Hughley’s defense follows a day after Kanye West was suspended from Instagram for 24 hours for violating the platform’s policies on bullying, harassment and hate speech.
Reports claim that Yeezy’s Instagram posts about Kim Kardashian, her new boyfriend, Saturday Night Live comedian Pete Davidson, comic and writer Dave Sirus and Trevor Noah are what led to Meta—formerly Facebook, which owns Instagram—laying down the law on Kanye’s IG account.
Check out Steve Harvey speaking on Kanye West in defense of D.L. Hughley below.
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Jay-Z and Nas
Jay-Z and Nas’ beef was historical and nearly just as monumental as their reconciliation. The New York City rap icons’ static dates back to the late 1990s, with a couple of incidents and disses that transpired after Hov released his first album, Reasonable Doubt, and when Esco dropped It Was Written.
However, the flame was ignited when Jigga dropped his “Takeover” freestyle during Hot 97’s Summer Jam concert in 2001. The savage record later appeared on Jay-Z’s The Blueprint album. Nas bobbed and weaved Jay’s jabs, countering the song with the scathing diss track “Ether.” The Brooklynite and Queens, N.Y. native went on to sling more blows back-and-forth, but that all came to an end when Jigga and Nasir joined forces at
Power 105.1’s I Declare War show at the Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford, N.J. in 2005.
The two men appeared onstage together, shook hands and the beef dissipated from that point. Since making amends, they’ve appeared together on “Black Republican,” “Success,” and most recently DMX’s “Bath Salts” and DJ Khaled’s “Sorry Not Sorry” with James Fauntleroy.
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