“I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / Why? I made that b*tch famous (God damn) / I made that b*tch famous” is the line from Kanye West‘s 2016 ‘Life of Pablo’ hit that’s made its way back atop headlines thanks to reheated beef between West and Taylor Swift (click here to read more).
As the singer’s fans, affectionately called #Swifties, continue to defend their fave, one of the song’s listed producers – Havoc (of Mobb Deep) – comes to the aid of his friend Kanye.
Taking to our friends at the Daily Beast recently, Havoc asserts Swift’s response to the line is ‘too serious’ and suggests she is ‘too sensitive’ considering Yeezy spat the line as a compliment.
Read what else he had to say inside:
“I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex. Why? I made that b***h famous line?” the 45-year-old rapper-producer told The Daily Beast. “I think artists are artists, and she should really chill out. It’s not that serious.”
“She has an awesome career, and she don’t need to be fighting with another awesome artist,” he said. “Freedom of speech is alive and well — or should be — and she shouldn’t be going out there complaining about not clearing this.”
He concluded by saying:
“He was giving props—it wasn’t like he was trying to diss you. Some people are a little too sensitive for the game but this is the game that we’re in. There’s no time for soft skin—and I’m not just saying that because she’s a female. Everyone has to display tough skin for this industry since everyone is gonna come at you, and you might like it or you might not.”