CNN, that real news gathering organization, took it upon itself to interview Lil B about his "controversial" decision to name his (now infamous) album I'm Gay. The article rehashes a lot of stuff about Lil B you probably already know--he's the new Soulja Boy, crushing the Internet, and he has many followers--but Lil B is pretty forthcoming in the interview, taking on Rhymefest and people who threaten him for calling his album that:
CNN: You're big Twitter fan, and recently rapper Rhymefest tweeted that after he spoke to California artist Xzibit and listened to your music, his response was, "Homeboy needed a dad in his life."
Lil B: I'm going to say, who is Rhymefest? So he needs to work on promoting and marketing himself, because I don't know him. 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?
OH SHIT! "Who is Rhymefest?" is a pretty accurate takedown of Rhymefest's career in 2011. You can read why B calls himself rap's Lady Gaga, being vulgar towards Kanye West, and his parents over here.
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