Kanye West Sounds Off on Things He Hates, Like 'Khaki Cargo Shorts'

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When Kanye West hates something, he lets you know: and yes, he hates a lot of things.

The unfiltered rapper-producer-designer-Kim Kardashian dater took to Twitter over the weekend to run down a list of fashion statements he loathes, inspired by street style in, we're guessing, New York City.

"Just driving through the city and I see a few thing(s) I hate," he tweeted to his millions of followers.

And now we shall repeat them:

-- "I hate long a-- sideburns with the line up RnB beard"

-- "I Hate big a-- striped scarves"

-- "I hate khaki cargo shorts"

-- "I hate khaki trench coats with jeans and off brand work out sneakers"

-- "I hate sport coats with button up shirts, jeans and dress shoes"

-- "I hate hoodies with sport coats"

-- "I hate button up shirts with hoodies"

After a five-block radius, West could go no further, writing: "detest."

The extra dose of haterade appeared to be a spontaneous riff from a new track called "I Don't Like" off West's forthcoming G.O.O.D Music album, featuring a supergroup of rappers (incuding Yeezy) from his G.O.O.D. label, formed in 2004. Artists on the record include Pusha T, Big Sean and 2 Chainz, and so far, the songs released include  "I Don't Like," "Mercy" and the one formerly known as "Theraflu" (now "Way Too Cold").