Renowned streamer and influencer, Kai Cenat, has found himself embroiled in a feud between hip-hop heavyweights, Joe Budden and Drake. Cenat, who boasts millions of followers across his platforms, has become an unexpected participant in the ongoing dispute following Budden’s critique of Drake’s latest album, For All The Dogs.
Budden, known for his outspoken nature, didn’t hold back in his assessment of the album, criticizing Drake for what he perceived as immature rapping and singing. He also took aim at Drake’s association with younger influencers like Cenat, suggesting that the Canadian rapper should not be “associating with kids.”
Budden did not explicitly critique Cenat, but his comments piqued interest as to whether the well-known streamer would react. As expected, Cenat did respond. He confronted Budden’s statements directly on Monday night.
In a candid response, Cenat expressed his frustration at being dragged into the feud. “I be minding my motherf*cking business my n****,” he said. “And somehow, I always catch a f*cking stray.” Cenat went on to reference previous instances where he felt unfairly targeted, including a situation involving NBA player Zion Williamson.
Cenat’s response highlights the challenges faced by influencers who find themselves caught in the crossfire of celebrity feuds. Despite his frustration, Cenat remains focused on his own career and continues to be a voice for the youth.
With Joe Budden set to release new podcast episodes this week, it remains to be seen whether he will respond to Cenat’s comments. Stay tuned to Honk for the latest updates from the music world and let us know your thoughts on Cenat’s response in the comments section below.
A Closer Look at the adidas Yeezy Slide “Salt”
While Yeezy releases wind down, with the adidas label recently announcing that it will halt releases of the Yeezy line in 2023, another Yeezy Slide release has surfaced on the 2024 sneaker calendar. Indulge in a closer look at the Yeezy Slide “Salt,” model slated to drop in 2024.
With optimal comfort at the forefront, the green/gray-hued “Salt” slide is constructed from a single piece of injected EVA foam and boasts a signature wide strap covering most of the footbed. Subtle adidas branding is stamped on the footbed as well, with the model’s signature horizontal grooves along the outsole. The “Salt” colorway is just one slide model that is expected to be released next year. Check out the surfaced photos in the gallery above.
The adidas Yeezy Slide “Salt” runs for $75 USD, and is expected to drop sometime during 2024. Stay tuned for official images and more updates as they surface.
Elsewhere in the footwear world, Satisfy and HOKA have collaborated on a Clifton LS pack for the Fall/Winter 2023 season.
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