If you were tuned into Saturday Night Live this weekend, you got to witness the hilarity (or cringeworthiness) of Kanye West and Lil Pump's joint performance of "I Love It." Dressed up as water bottles, the two jumped around the stage and performed the most bizarre version of their track. Pump's weaknesses were evident without a backing track to help him out and Kanye appeared to be having the time of his life, pulling out some fresh dance moves. Of course, they had to self-censor their performance (which Pump failed miserably at,) leading Ye to mumble a few of his lines. Normally we wouldn't post a clean version of an already-released song but considering Yeezy's lyrics changed considerably, we figured it would be worth it to let you guys know that the "Freaky Girl" edit is available on streaming.
The Chicago superstar and Florida up-and-comer teamed up on the original, which was controversial enough, and now they're back with an edited version to please the PG masses. No longer is the woman they're discussing a "f*cking h*e" as she's been upgraded to a "Freaky Girl." Ye has cleaned up his bars a bit so that his younger listeners can listen without asking their parents. Inherently, the track is still raunchy in nature but at least Kanye likes a "quick jump" now instead of a "quick f*ck."
I'm a sick pup, I like a quick jump
I'll light your wrist up, I'll buy you a sick truck
I'll buy you some new gifts, I'll get you that nip-tuck
How you start a family? The condom slipped up
I'm a sick puppy, I'm inappropriate
I like hearin' stories, I like the whole script
Like where your clothes went before you post it?
Send me some mo' pics, you look nice for four kids