After launching a profanity-filled tirade on Twitter last night, lashing out at Kimmel for airing a spoof of his recent egomaniacal interview with BBC Radio 1 in Britain, West is making it known he's not quite finished yet.
The rapper posted a series of additional tweets today in which he quoted the comments of a fashion blogger who is apparently a big fan of West.
"COMMENT FROM JIBRIL DURIMEL: 'I'm really Against what Jimmy K. did with that parody. Like Kanye said - Finally someone speaks some inspirational and real words that haven't been exposed in a while and JK comes out with this,'" West tweeted.
"'It's simple, mediocre dreamers think this is humorous but all Kanye is pretty much saying in the interview is to dream to be the best. A god. But then he's made out to be ridiculous for wanting to be at an even higher level of self confidence. Exactly what he meant by SELF HATE! I don't want to dick ride KANYE just saying that if more people actually listened.'"
West continued making jabs through Durimel's voice.
"'They'd grow wiser after listening to the interview. Jimmy K. is the EVIL guy trying to keep people in a box and not want more out of themselves. He does this by making fun of real dreamers. THE NEW ROCKSTARS! ;) No but really please think about what I'm saying.'"
West also retweeted a tweet from Irving Azoff, a music industry titan and who also criticized Kimmel.
"@jimmykimmel your low blow comment was uncalled for and shows that you still don't understand the big time," Azoff tweeted.
Azoff's support of Kim Kardashian's boyfriend shouldn't come as a surprise since he's reportedly close with the Kardashian family and his Beverly Hills home hosted the 2009 wedding of Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom.