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Fellow rappers have been pretty supportive of Lil B's swag movement and his outrageous antics up until this point -- his most famous one being a threat to sexually assault Kanye West -- but during an interview with CNN Radio this week, the 21-year-old was forced to respond to some purported criticism from rapper Rhymefest.
The CNN reporter probed Lil B for a response to Rhymefest's recent tweet about him. "Homeboy [Lil B]needed a dad in his life," the Chicago MC wrote. Lil B didn't attempt to bite his tongue. "I'm going to say, who is Rhymefest? So he needs to work on promoting and marketing himself, because I don't know him," Lil B began.
Lil B went on to explain that he actually agreed with the sentiments expressed by Rhymefest. "But what I feel about his comment is that it's true, I needed a father figure in my life, but I'm not complaining about that. What do you mean, I need that? Tell Rhymefest I'm very happy. Tell Rhymefest I actually wake up and I'm happy, and I'm positive and I love people. Ask Rhymefest, does he feel the same way?"
In an effort to nip the beef in the bud, Rhymefest broached the issue on Twitter once more, writing, "When I said Lil B needed a 'father figure' it wasn't a diss, it was what i saw from his actions he's searching." Hear that, Lil B? No love lost.
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