(AllHipHop News) Kanye West is usually the one ranting about other entertainers, but the "Famous" spitter was actually the recent target of another recording artist.
Rock & Roll Hall of Famer David Crosby was a guest on Watch What Happens Live, and the singer-songwriter used the opportunity to take a few swipes at Kanye.
"He certainly can't play anything, and he certainly doesn't sing," said Crosby. "The thing that bugs me about him is the 'I'm the world's greatest living rock star.' Somebody needs to drive him over to Stevie Wonder’s house right now so he understands what a real one is."
Crosby also suggested the G.O.O.D. Music boss should be sent "all of Ray Charles's catalogue so he can learn how to sing."
While the 75-year-old co-founder of Crosby, Stills & Nash had some critical words for West, another Rock legend has co-signed the Chicago native in the past.
Iconic performer Paul McCartney teamed with Kanye for the songs "Only One," "All Day," and "FourFiveSeconds."
The Beatles member even defended Ye's excessive use of the "n-word" on "All Day."