Far-right radio personality Alex Jones was not pleased when Joe Budden called him a “KKK guy,” going on an angry rant on InfoWars and telling the rapper to “burn in hell,” before eventually taking that statement back.
The back-and-forth first kicked off when Budden noted that comedian Andrew Schultz interviewed Jones—who he called “KKK guy”—and Jones must’ve caught wind of the comment despite being banned from Twitter entirely.
“You need to be slapped upside your dumbass head for your own good,” Jones said on his show. “I’m not saying I’m going to do that. My point is, what the hell’s your problem? You don’t even know who I am, but you get the talking point for trying to police things.’”
He then told Budden to “burn in hell,” which he backpedaled on, saying Joe was “despicable lying about me.”
“I will not sit there and have racist Black people who are feeding at the corporate new world order, eugenics, genocide, death cult tit lecture me about how I’m bad because I’m white,” Jones said.
While some are pointing to this bizarre potential feud as proof that the “simulation is broken,” Budden himself has yet to respond to Jones’ comments. After all, Jones is the same guy who has been making outrageous claims about a variety of things, including “chemicals in the water that turn the friggin’ frogs gay.”