Spencer Pratt Slams Beyonce and Jay-Z

Oh, Spencer Pratt. You’ve given us so much this week!

And now, the self-proclaimed rapper Great White takes his ridiculous comments to a whole ‘nother level in the new issue of Complex magazine, in which he addresses his exciting venture in the rap business and his amazing talent in general. Let’s see here:

On taking on Jay-Z and Beyonce: “Beyoncé had to be built by a group like Destiny’s Child, but [Pratt’s collaborator and new bride] Heidi shines solo. I’ll actually give you an exclusive: I could guarantee you Speidi’s “Bonnie & Clyde” version is going to stunt on Jay and B’s version.”

On his former BFF Brody Jenner: “The Bromance show definitely hurts my street cred, so I’ll definitely distance myself from Brody as a hypeman. I’ll be pretty much be the first rapper/hypeman…I’ll get on the mic and be like, Who is hotter than me in the game? No one.'”

On his musical inspiration: “I think I’m the future of hip-hop. You know, I feel bad for saying that. That’s unfortunate, but that’s a fact. You can’t compare my model of hip-hop with what I’m about to come out with versus anything in the game. You know I’ll take the Diddy route. I’m not a lyrical MC, I’m just like Diddy. Look what it did for him—he is still balling.”

On the future of music: “People are not even going to have time to listen to radio in their cars because they are going to be talking on their phones or twittering, or BBM’ing. So I feel like the only time people are going to hear music is when your phone rings, so that’s the whole market I’m going after. I don’t care about the clubs, I don’t care about the radio, all I care about is getting my digital downloads like Soulja Boy.”

Spence sure knows how to keep us laughing. Thanks, buddy!