A lot of folks have responded to Kanye West's Drink Champs interview during which he continued with his anti-Semitic speech and also claimed that George Floyd died by taking Fentanyl and not by former Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on his neck.
In addition, Ye dissed Meek and Diddy. Some may recall that Meek criticized Ye's White Lives Matter shirt earlier this month.
“I don’t got no celebrity friends," said Ye during the interview. "Because when I was on TV on Instagram saying, ‘I don’t know where my child is,’ and ‘the Kardashians kidnapped my daughter in public,’ and ‘I didn’t have the address to my child,’ none of these n*ggas that want to say something now…as far as Meek Mills, Puff Daddy, all you fake hard n*ggas, f*ck you. You can’t shoot nobody anyway." [Head to the 17-minute mark]
Funk Flex believes Meek needs to respond.
"Meek, I wanna see you Meek,” Flex said on his radio show. “Not just Meek, I’m just using Meek ’cause he called Meek out. I wanna see artists stand by George Floyd and get to that social media."
Flex suggested that a lot of rappers don't want to criticize Ye because they're either scared or want to make money with him.
Would you say that's true?