Throwback To Kanye West’s Childish Meme Fest Against Billie Eilish, Pete, and Taylor Swift

Throwback To Kanye West’s Childish Meme Fest Against Billie Eilish, Pete, and Taylor Swift

Kanye West is not only one of the greatest rappers of this era, but the Grammy-winning artist has proved that no one can come even close to him if it comes down to a meme battle on the Internet. Ever since his divorce from Kim Kardashian, the rapper has really showcased this not-so-hidden talent. Unlike many rappers who opt for shading their archnemesis with their lyrics, Eminem with The Real Slim Shady, Machine Gun Kelly with Rap Devil, and Taylor Swift with well…..

Ye, however, has drawn a clear line between keeping his raps to Praise the Lord and shading his social media accounts at the break of dawn. While the rapper has had a whirlwind year posting antisemitic tweets and getting blocked out of his social media accounts, sporting racist logos on his t-shirts, and getting boycotted, it is still hard to forget when he had a one-sided beef with Billie Eilish, Pete Davidson, and Kid Cudi. Yes, all in the same time frame.

Kanye West uses memes to shade Billie Eilish, Pete Davidson, and Kid Cudi

Considering that the technical definition of a meme is an image, video piece, etc., typically humorous in nature, calling Ye’s derogatory comments toward music artists a meme is not technically correct. But even before Will Smith could slap Chris Rock, Kanye West took to slapping his keyboards and calling then-20-year-old singer Billie Eilish to apologize to Travis Scott. Reason? The Ocean Eyes singer stopped her concert when she saw a fan struggling when Scott did not, leading to nine deaths after his Astroworld concern in late 2021.

The No Child Left Behind rapper threatened to drop out of Coachella if Eilish did not apologize.

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Not looking for any drama, the Bad Guy singer wrote, “literally never said anything about Travis. Was just helping a fan.”

However, the rapper was not met with the same soft tone when he called out Kid Cudi. “Just so everyone knows, Cudi will not be on Donda because he’s friends with you know who,” further adding, “We all speak Billie language now.”

While Eilish did not respond, Kid Cudi clapped back. However, Ye did not stop there. And unlike his 2020 election campaign, Kanye West remained diligent with his hate campaign against Skete Davidson. Even going as far as to make jokes about the comedian’s death and spreading rumors of him having AIDS, the comedian made it the highlight of his Pete Davidson presents The Best Friends special on Netflix.

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