DJ ENVY SAYS HE HAD TO DEAL WITH PUSHA T & KANYE WEST’S TEAM AFTER ‘CLOWN’ COMMENT

DJ Envy Says He Had To Deal With Pusha T & Kanye West's Team After 'Clown' Comment

While Kanye West’s Donda album is expected to debut at

No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with about 350,000 total album-

equivalent units sold, it’s not all roses from the critics.

 

The Breakfast Club‘s Charlamagne Tha God and DJ

Envy shredded the “exhausting” album on Monday

(August 30) in their review and Envy took things a

step further when getting personal and calling Kanye

West out for being a “clown in a circus.” He seemed

to be hinting at being disappointed in how Kanye was

moving and interacting with people behind the

scenes.

 

DJ Envy didn’t walk back calling Kanye a “clown” but

apologized to his associates such as Pusha T

and manager Bu Thiam for grouping them in with

Yeezy.

“I called him a clown and I still stand by that, and I

still mean that. So many people called me — artists,

athletes, OGs, newer artists, younger artists, Kanye’s

team,” the morning show co-host said. “They asked

me why do [I] think that the people that I named–

which was Pusha T, John Monopoly, Free, and Bu

[Thiam] — are like that too?

 

“I said, ‘I feel like you enable him to do it. Like you

don’t stop him from doing the wild-out stuff behind

the scenes that I think is really disrespectful, and he

should be humbled. And they told me that that’s a lie.

 

Angela Yee then chimed in about how tough it can be

to control someone who suffers from bipolar

disorder and is off their medication.

 

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