Ye Formerly Known As Kanye Calls Piers Morgan A “Karen”


The DONDA rapper continues to make his media run as he appeared on Piers Morgan talk show and refers to the host as a “Karen.”

Nicki Minaj recently referred to another female rapper, Latto, as a Karen during their Twitter beef. She explained afterwards on a IG Live stream that it meant saying, “Being a ‘Karen’ is more about being manipulative and being passive-aggressive,” said Nicki.

Nicki Minaj continued: “So, she can come on that Black man’s property, she can curse, she can antagonize people and then she can pretend that she’s the sweetest person on the planet. That’s what being a ‘Karen’ is about. And I’m not speaking about any specific person. That’s what ‘Karens’ do. We see it on the videos all the time. So, if you knew you were lying on me, right, and then got me attacked while you played innocent, then that’s what a ‘Karen’ means.”

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Kanye stated to Piers Morgan, “You don’t hold accountability to my pain, you’re being a Karen.” Morgan responded to the claim saying, “I’m not a Karen and I’m not going to cancel you” continuing with and “I’m just going to challenge you.”

Kanye reacted to his statement with “you can’t cancel me.” He also went on to tell Piers Morgan he is better off taking advice from him being a billionaire than vice versa.

Ye: How much money are you worth? Piers: Not as much as you sadly Ye: Exactly so take my advice.. why would I listen to you?



The rapper and producer also took aim towards the President Of The United States Joe Biden. On Wednesday, Ye’ slammed POTUS Joe Biden for not meeting with Elon Musk and taking advice from the famed scientist.

During his sit-down interview with Piers Morgan, West proclaimed, “The President of the United States does not have meetings with Elon Musk. That’s f–king ret*rded. I know I’m not supposed to say that Biden, but that’s fucking ret*rded, Biden.” On using the offensive R-word, Kanye says he can use the term because he has “mental health issues.”

The artist formerly known as Kanye spoke about his controversial Twitter remark towards Jewish people. “I will say I’m sorry for the people I hurt with the ‘death con,’ with the confusion,” Ye shared. “I feel like I caused hurt and confusion and I am sorry for the families of the people who had nothing to do with the trauma that I had been through. And that I used my platform where you say, I hurt people, and I was hurt.”

When asked if he regrets the “death con” comment, the Yeezy founder added,  “No, absolutely not … absolutely not. I fought fire with fire. I’m not here to get hosed down.” The interview comes on the heels of Ye’s controversial Drink Champs interview being taken offline due to his offensive comments about George Floyd.