Update (9/27, 9:50 a.m. EST) Jimmy Kimmel’s finally found himself in the midst of a rap feud.
After Kanye’s Twitter tirade on Thursday (September 26), Kimmel responded via his late night show, letting the audience know he had talked to Kanye about his parody of the rapper’s interview with Radio 1 DJ, Zane Lowe.
“He called me, he said a lot of things, ” Kimmel said. “He told me I had two choices: number one apologize publicly, um, and that was really the only choice.”
Instead of apologizing, Kimmel instead decided to respond to each one of Kanye’s tweets individually, from Yeezy’s comments that Sarah Silverman is funnier to the #NODISRESPECTTOBENAFFLECK hashtag to the fact that the comedian wouldn’t be able to put himself in Kanye’s shoes because that means he would have “gotten too much good p****y” in his life.
“I’ve seen the video,” Kimmel responded. “I know.”
Ball’s in your court, Kanye.
On last night’s (September 25) episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, the late-night talk show host and comedian featured a skit with two kids parodying Kanye West‘s recent on-camera interview with popular BBC Radio 1 DJ, Zane Lowe.