Michael Rapaport ‘Tired’ of Kanye West’s ‘Bulls—‘ Over Liposuction Comment (Video)

“Atypical” star rips on rapper about his liposuction reveal, tells him to “do some jumping jacks”

Way to zig while others are zagging, Michael Rapaport.

Actor/podcaster Rapaport tore into rapper Kanye West on Wednesday, shredding West for his “f—ing bulls—” — and, unlike numerous other West critics, Rapaport didn’t take West specifically to task over West’s assessment that slavery “sounds like a choice.”

Instead, Rapaport eviscerated West over his revelation that he had undergone liposuction so that he wouldn’t be called fat.

In a video posted to his social media accounts, Rapaport pinpointed the liposuction comment as “the thing that pisses me off the most.”

“Woke up with a f—ing Kanye hangover. I’m tired of this bulls—,” Rapaport began the video. “You know, I’ve got my own f—ing issues . I’ve got mouths to feed, OK. I’ve got dogs to walk. You see, the whole world shouldn’t have to babysit your f—ing ass every single f—ing day.”

Rapaport continued, “Out of all the f—ing bulls— this self-centered motherf—er has spewed the last few days, I have narrowed it down to one thing, the thing that pisses me off the most.”

The “Atypical” star then offered a snippet of West’s interview with TMZ, in which he discussed the liposuction.

“Aww, really? You got liposuction because you didn’t want us to call you fat?” Rapaport asked. “It’s everyone else’s fault? Then get off the donuts, get off the cheeseburgers, and do some jumping jacks like the rest of the f—ing world has to do, you f—ing baby!”

“The Life of Pablo” rapper has taken considerable heat this week, thanks largely to the TMZ interview, in which West declared, “When you hear about slavery for 400 years — for 400 years?! That sounds like a choice,” West said. “You was there for 400 years, and it’s all of y’all? It’s like we’re mentally in prison.”

West later took to Twitter in a seeming effort to clarify his remarks, writing, “Of course I know that slaves did not get shackled and put on a boat by free will … My point is for us to have stayed in that position even though the numbers were on our side means that we were mentally enslaved.”