Kid Ink tells ALL Iggy Azalea, Azealia Banks Feud and Details on his Hot New Album, “Full Speed” via @TrueSlamBook #TSB

Rapper Kid Ink weighed in on Iggy Azalea’s legitimacy as a rap and hip hop artist, “For me, as soon as I see numbers, I respect numbers over everything. You can see this many records that is what it is.” He later explained, “At the same time like she’s getting help from these other artists and is still being developed as an artist, I feel like. Whereas a lot of other artists who are doing so much on their own who are still in that same status and caliber that are upset that they don’t have that chance because they don’t have that same team or background.” Kid Ink sounded off on the ongoing war of words between Azealia Banks and Iggy Azalea. He shared his opinion on Azealia Banks saying, “Personally I haven’t been able to ever see her point of view on a personal basis, I don’t know, I’m not really familiar with her as an artist.” (clips below)
 
Rapper Kid Ink weighs in on Iggy Azalea’s legitimacy as a rap and hip hop
artist.
Rapper Kid Ink sounds off on the ongoing war of words between Azealia Banks
& Iggy Azalea
Kid Ink also shared his thoughts on Kendrick Lamar’s controversial remarks about racial tension in Ferguson, Mo and gave Larry his own opinion on what isn’t working, “I am very sympathetic to situations especially when people pass but I never have ever agreed with the riot factor, like that just never works. I don’t feel like it works for anyone, it doesn’t make anything better at the end of the day and a lot of people lose from that.” (clip below)
L.A. native Kid Ink shares his thoughts on Kendrick Lamar’s controversial remarks
about racial tension in Ferguson, Mo.

 

Kid Ink and Larry King. (Credit ORA Media. Photographer Clay Pritchard.)
Kid Ink and Larry King. (Credit ORA Media. Photographer Clay Pritchard.)
The “Full Speed” artist talked about whether or not the rap and hip hop community will be open to embracing a mainstream gay artist, “Yeah, you know what I’m saying, if the lyrics and everything is acceptable to that urban community,” and added that it might be a slow acceptance process. Kid Ink ended the interview by giving Larry his very own tattoo sleeve featuring all of Larry’s favorite things. (clips below)
Rapper Kid Ink says the rap and hip hop community is open to embracing a mainstream gay artist, but it might be a slow acceptance process.
Rapper Kid Ink gifts Larry King with a tattoo sleeve featuring all of his favorite things.

Now, let me say this. Kid Ink is FINEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE so he can do NO wrong… Tune into the Full Interview:

Kid Ink on “Larry King Now.”

 

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