Kanye West responds to Bob Ezrin's scathing critique of his career on Twitter, it isn't nice at all.
In a scathing analysis of Yeezy's impact to music culture that appeared on "The Lefsetz Letter," Ezrin explained that West suffered for delusion of grandeur and he wasn't the legend he claimed to be.
“Unlike other creators in his genre like Jay-Z, Tupac, Biggie or even M.C. Hammer for that matter, it’s unlikely that we’ll be quoting too many of Kanye’s songs 20 years from now,” Ezrin wrote. "He didn’t open up new avenues of public discourse like NWA, or introduce the world to a new art form like Grandmaster Flash, or even meaningfully and memorably address social issues through his music like Marshall [Eminem], Macklemore and Kendrick.”
Kanye West then responded via his favourite platform to attack Bob Ezrin for saying Macklemore was more important musically than him.
"Has anybody ever heard of Bob Ezrin???," he lashed out. "What the fuck does he know about rap…Do something relevant… Please don’t speak on me bro ever again!!!"
Kanye's Bob Ezrin onslaught can be found below: