Howard Stern is at it again. His latest feud is with Tom Hanks son Chet, a rapper who goes by the name Chet Haze.
Apparently Chet Hanks’ problems with Stern resulted from comments that the later made on his Sirius Satellite radio program. Last month on Stern’s show his fellow Sirius XM host who is black said of the younger Hanks, “It irritates the shit out of me to see someone take that culture and appropriate it. It’s like, ‘Come on, bro, you’re not from that. You learned how to talk from a video, dawg.”
To this Stern replied, “I understand your point about Chet Haze. He’s stealing your black culture.”
Haze has threatened to assault America’s most famous talk radio personality. He tweeted about Stern:
“Howie do you have any idea how badly I’m going to assault you when I see you… You can’t run from me forever knock knees.”
“I don’t gotta be gangtsa or from the hood to whoop your sickly ass.”
“I know you got security old man I’ll just intellectual debate with you and show the world you’re really just a dried up hater.”
And, “let me come up on your show bitch… Come catch this fade.”
Some people might see this as an attempt by a white child of privilege to play “gangster” in order to increase his credibility as a rapper.
Stern has yet to make any response and has blocked Hanks from posting on his Twitter feed.
The self-proclaimed King of all Media is probably too busy with his new list of the hottest women of Fox News to care.
In a bracket similar to those that people make up for the NCAA’s annual basketball tournament, Stern listed Kimberly Guilfoyle, Elisabeth Hasslbeck, Megyn Kelly and Anna Kooiman as his top picks.
Anyone who listens to Stern knows what a fan he is of the women of Fox news, especially Megyn Kelly.
Jenna lee, Andrea Tantaros, Heather Nauert, Gretchen Carlson, Dana Perino, Maria Molina, Harris Faulkner, Julie Banderas, Ainsley Earhardt, Shannon Bream, Lea Gabrielle and Martha McCallum all made Stern’s sweet 16.