Joyner’s coming to Lucas Kanye West ‘s defense.
Paying tribute to Will Smith on the 2020 single “Will,” the rapper shows his support for another hip-hop icon, Kanye West, with his latest single, “Ye Not Crazy.”
In the video, Joyner recreates Ye‘s famous masked looks from donda concerts. In one scene, another Ye signature, Sherp, raps on top of the ATV and even changes his face with ye.
“How do you spell crazy? G-E-N-I-U-S,” he raps. “What you know about mental health when you live in hell and you out of meds? / What the f**k is a meltdown when my meltdown is on a private jet?” The self-proclaimed underdog shared how he inspired Ye’s hustle and bustle.
The labels don’t want to sign checks / Then I got in ye, turned every no into a solid yes, he adds, before checking Ye’s name on the hook.
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“Hold up, Ye’s not crazy … Even if they try to cancel me, that ain’t gon’ faze me.”
Joyner, whose last project Evolution dropped in October 2020, recently made headlines when he went off on Lollapalooza and Machine Gun Kelly, who he called a “goofy ass ni**a.” He later apologized for his rant.
Kanye West Reportedly In Talks To Perform At Grammys
You can go on the Grammy stage for anything. A new report from HITS Daily Double claims the Recording Academy is in “talks” with Kanye West about performing at Sunday’s show.
A representative for Ye’s team, the 64th DONDA rapper, previously told Variety that he was removed from the artist lineup because of “his online behavior.”
The decision may be related to his controversial comments about Grammy host Trevor Noah.
Ye made a racial slur against Noah in an Instagram post that was deleted after the “Daily Show” host commented on his “harassment” of Kim Kardashian, which led to his 24-hour suspension from Instagram. He has not returned to the social media platform since the temporary ban.