The folk singer previously called West a 'poser' and 'idiot'
Folk singer David Crosby has defended his recent criticism of Kanye West.
In March, the Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young member labelled the rapper a “poser”. Now, speaking to Huffington Post, he’s added to his insults.
“It all stands on what you produce; what you actually put down,” Crosby said.
He continued: “Kanye West can’t write, sing or play. So I have trouble with him as anything but a poser. Produce? That means he sits in a chair while the engineer does the work. He’s a poser! And I’m not backing off it.”
Watch Crosby discussing Kanye West below.
The rapper is preparing to headline the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury on Saturday night (June 27), with Florence And The Machine opening the festival last night (June 26) and The Who closing the event on Sunday (June 28).
Meanwhile, West has responded to a recent petition set up by Glastonbury-goers angered by his booking. Speaking to Q, he labelled it “an insult to music fans all over the world” but denied that race would have been a factor.