On his latest Joe Budden podcast, Joe dissected Kehlani's new track "Valentine’s Day (Shameful)," which seems to address her breakup with YG. [Jump to 30 minutes]
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"I feel like I’ve been hoodwinked,” Budden said of the track “‘Cause it was just last week we came on this podcast and Rory made me listen to a YG and Kehlani song, [“Konclusions”] and I was with this new image of YG being in love and making songs like he’s in love.”
“['Valentine’s Day' is] unlike any Kehlani record I’ve ever heard," Budden continued. "She really wants us to know how much of a piece of shIt YG is, but she’s hiding behind the thin veil of I’m not telling you guys who I’m talking about.”
In addition, Budden referenced Kehlani's dramatic failed relationship with PartyNextDoor, which resulted in a suicide attempt.
Kehlani called Budden out for the criticism and shade in a series of deleted Tweets.
Kehlani called out Joe Budden for talking about her on his Podcast! I'm glad she did! pic.twitter.com/siKTt9lD0s— Natalia11 (@Natalia11) February 19, 2020
Budden responded by telling Kehlani to stop crying.
I’m bout sick of you artists… never a peep through years of praise but wanna jump outta windows when you hear something you don’t like… newsflash, i am not friends with you niggas.— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) February 19, 2020
"I’m bout sick of you artists… never a peep through years of praise but wanna jump outta windows when you hear something you don’t like… newsflash, i am not friends with you n*ggas," Joe typed.
Is Kehlani too much in her feelings or did Budden's criticism (and sticking on her face on the promo for his podcast) cross a line?