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Chris Brown roasts Kanye West’s new hairstyle: “He got the punishment haircut”

The jokes come after the singer was removed from Ye’s album ‘Donda.’

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Chris Brown is having a field day with jokes about Kanye West’s new hairstyle. On Tuesday (Oct. 19), one day after Yeezy debuted his new look, the “Go Crazy” singer took to his Instagram story to poke fun at the Donda rapper.

Next to a picture of Kanye’s new cut, Chris joked that the Chicago emcee “asked the barber for the fucked up worldwide fade.” “Nigga wanna make ‘what the fuck’ in style,” he went on before adding a third comment: “He got the punishment haircut.”

In a follow-up post, Breezy shared a photo of a damaged Los Angeles Dodgers hat, teasing that it was a creation specifically made for Kanye by his longtime friend Virgil Abloh.

In another image, Stevie Wonder is photoshopped to look like the barber behind Ye’s new cut. “Nigga just wanted a line up,” he captioned the pic.

Chris’ jokes come after he called Yeezy out for making changes to the song “New Again.” The track initially featured the singer’s vocals on a verse and on the chorus of the track. When Donda finally made its way onto streaming services, however, he noticed his verse was missing.

Kanye a whole hoe,” he vented on Instagram before adding, “Nah he tweakin” in another tweet. Days later, he let his fans hear audio of his verse, and now, Chris’ vocals have been removed from Donda altogether. As previously reported by REVOLT, an updated version of the rapper’s recently-released project was uploaded to streaming platforms. Yeezy’s Sunday Service Choir is now heard on the song.

While Breezy and social media users make a laughing stock out of Kanye, the Chicago rapper, whose legal name is officially Ye, has been flaunting his new haircut while wearing creepy prosthetic masks. Though it can be assumed that Ye is in the mood for Halloween, it’s likely that his masks may be part of his new project. He reportedly filed a trademark to use “Ye” for a line of fashion and sanitary masks.

See Chris’ posts below.

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