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    Kanye West has ignited a beef over his remix of Chief Keef’s “I Don’t Like.” The remix dropped last night (May 1) and already Keef’s producer Young Chop is threatening a lawsuit.

    Pusha T kicks off the remix bragging about bagging three women in one night. “Soho or Tribeca/ three hoes, trifecta/dope money, coke money…”

    West uses the song to deny he abused his ex-fiancée, Alexis Phifer.

    Check out Young Chop’s beef with Kanye West

    “A girl will run her mouth only out of spite/ But I never hit a woman, never in my life,” he raps.

    Chop says he feels abused, however, by West’s decision to make changes to his beat. Apparently, Kanye and his engineers added elements that weren’t in the original version, according to MTV.

    “I’m mad as hell, I’m mad as f–k ‘cause for the simple fact that they did not ask me to change up sh– in my beat,” he told DJ Moon Dawg in an interview.

    “These motherfu*kers is playing me and I don’t give two f*cks. I will sue the sh*t out of Kanye West.”

    “I made a f–kin’ sound, so you supposed to stay with my f–kin’ sound,” he said. “If I was him I wouldn’t need to change the f–kin’ beat up, the beat is f–kin’ hard by itself.”

    West features Pusha T, Big Sean, Jadakiss and Keef on the remix. What has Chop so twisted is the addition of a melody over the beat along with some bells and whistles. “They don’t have no files to none of my sh–, so how the f–k did they add another melody over the instrumental?” he said. “That sh*t is disrespectful.”

    Fans seem divided. On the one hand, a remix means just that; elements are added and taken out, including the lyrics and the beat. On the other, West never even bothered to clue in Chop.

    The original “I Don’t Like” has already topped more than two million views on YouTube and has elevated Keef beyond his hometown of Chicago over the past few months.

    Check out Kayne’s remix below and the original.