Fans have been digging into Jeffree Star’s past ever since allegations about Kanye West first surfaced, and they’ve found some pretty specific lyrics.
On January 6th, TikToker Ave Louise took to the app to report allegations of relations between Jeffree Star and Kanye West, claiming to her followers: “Kanye’s been hooking up with a very famous beauty guru, male beauty guru, a lot of people in the scene have known for a while.”
Although she didn’t confirm a name for the allegations, she liked comments guessing Jeffree Star and soon after specified Jeffree Star during her interview with Drama Alert. Within the same interview, she further alleged that YouTuber Cole Carrigan was once involved with Kanye too.
Jeffree Star has denied all the rumours in a video on his YouTube channel, and explained that he’s never met Kanye West before. He also referenced song lyrics that fans have found on Twitter.
Jeffree Star’s lyrics about Kanye West
Amid the social media fire around the absurd allegations, fans have found old lyrics from Jeffree Star’s music which refer to Kanye West.
In his 2009 song titled B**ch, Please!, a song about how famous he is, Jeffree features the lyrics: “S**ked off Kanye West, now I’m one of the bros”.
Some fans have taken this as admittance of a connection between the pair, however the song does name-drop a multitude of other celebrities too:
“Gave Zac Efron my poker face and left him with chill”
“Smoked out Michael Phelps and won a gold medal”
Listen to the full song here.
He has music about other celebrities too
Fans have been quick to debunk the theory that the lyrics hold any truth, and have pointed out that many of Jeffree Star’s songs include explicit lyrics about celebrities— which Jeffree compares to Eminem-style lyrics in his YouTube video.
In his 2009 version of Boom Boom Pow, the YouTuber sings about explicit actions with former President Barack Obama, and sings about smoking drugs with Britney Spears. Of course, both of the above are unlikely to hold any truth.
“Also one 14-year-old on some stupid app finding an old Jeffree Star lyric from an album of his from over 10 years ago does not make a rumour true…” tweeted one fan.