T-Pain Accused Kanye West of Allegedly Stealing His ‘Corny’ Lyrics

In one of T-Pain’s recent live streams, the rapper, singer, and songwriter shared an interesting moment about his music career. He described a time when he shared his first all-rap mixtape with Kanye West. After T-Pain shared his work in hopes of West’s honest opinion, he then accused West of allegedly using the lyrics that the Chicago rapper called “corny” on his My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy album. T-Pain said that the lyrics were on his mixtape’s song titled “Danger.”

T-Pain wears a black and white jacket and a red hat as he performs during the B96 Pepsi Summerbash at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Illinois on June 11, 2011.
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T-Pain told a story on Twitch about Kanye West stealing his lyrics

On Sep. 1, T-Pain elaborated on the unbelievable time that West supposedly stole his lyrics. “Let me talk about a time that one of my corny lines got stolen,” he began on his Twitch Livestream.

“I’m so prepared for this, and I love this. Bro, Kanye stole one of my corny lines. I couldn’t believe it. Kanye stole one of my corny lines after he told me it was corny.”

The rapper went into detail about the nature of their conversation and where things took an abrupt turn. He continued, “And on one of the songs I said, ‘I got beef like two burgers/You n—– win slow and I’m smarter than Steve Urkel.’ Now, keep in mind the Winslow family, right. Corny as f—. I knew it was corny when I said it.” 

Yet, what the rapper didn’t expect was for West to apparently use the lyrics in his fifth studio album on the track “Dark Fantasy” quoting, “Too many Urkels on your team, that’s why your wins low.”

T-Pain is focused on other passions including music

Though some may disapprove, T-Pain has been fulfilling other important areas of his life, including music. Frequently on Twitter, he addressed fans who’ve inquired about his highly anticipated project that’s been delayed three times. He tweeted, “I wish I could make everybody happy but this is exactly why I disappeared the first time. I just need to take my time and I promise you’ll get what you asked for.”

According to Complex, he has a list of artists in chronological order who have inquired about a feature. He then confessed, “If you ask me for a feature at this point, just know that this list is in the order that the requests were received so there’s no way to get to the top of the list.”

Dedicated to his quality of work, the rapper continues to do features occasionally where he can, while still taking the time to make sure “everybody else is good.”

T-pain’s new podcast

T-Pain wears a white shirt and a diamond watch while he performs at Hero - November 10, 2008 in New York City.
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While having supporters may be expected as a celebrity, T-Pain persistently makes the time to extend his gratitude.

Recently he also tweeted: “Thank you to everyone for sticking with me through all this time of me trying to grow up and figure myself out. It’s taken a while but I think I’m almost there because there’s always room to grow and that’s fire.”

Though the 35-year-old rapper’s latest tunes may be delayed on your stereos, his latest podcast was recently released. T-Pain announced on Twitter that he’s started his new #NappyBoyRadioPodcast.

The podcast takes an intimate dive into T-Pain’s world as he uncovers a wide range of topics such as music, gaming, exotic cars, technology, and alcoholic beverages. With a special guest featured each week, the radio show serves to build a true connection with T-Pain and his community.

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