Rapper Nino Brown doesn’t want a Kardashian — or anything close to one — for Christmas.
The artist, who’s signed to DJ Khaled’s We the Best record label, uploaded a video to his social media account where he went on a four-minute tirade about how the Kardashian sisters are a talentless family and they cause nothing but trouble.
“I don’t want none of you Kardashians around me,” Brown said. “You hoes are culture vultures. I don’t give a f— how many followers you got, b—- you ain’t got no talent and you round here fooling our mothaf—— black men like you the s—.”
The motivational speaker then went on to give examples of how, exactly, the Kardashians have messed up everyone they have been around. Brown insinuated that Khloé was the reason for Lamar Odom’s drug issues and French Montana’s decline as an artist, and that Kim was responsible for Kanye West’s mental health problems. He also addressed Kylie’s involvement with Tyga and how he hasn’t produced a hit single since he’s been in that relationship.
“Them Kardashian hoes, they bad luck,” added Brown.
The Kardashian family wasn’t too pleased with the rapper’s video because, according to Brown, Kim texted him and asked him to take down the “disrespectful” post. The “Dey Know Dat” artist has yet to remove it.
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The couple announced a separation in July 2015, with Disick reportedly checking into rehab shortly after.
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