Country star Gretchen Wilson still prides herself in the knowledge she was the first celebrity to make Kanye West storm out of an awards ceremony.
The rapper was outraged when the Redneck Woman hitmaker was named Best New Artist over him at the 2004 American Music Awards and protested to reporters outside, insisting he was "robbed".
The rapper has since made a name for himself for his pouting ways at awards ceremonies and he infamously took to the stage at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards to protest Taylor Swift's Best Female Video win over his pal Beyonce.
But Wilson likes to remind people she was the "passionate" star's first walk-out - and admits she still doesn't care for West.
She tells CMT.com, "I think he's an a** really for acting like that. He really is. He makes quite a spectacle. So grow up! Quit being such a baby!!
"If somebody beats you, it's because they deserve to beat you. I don't know if you remember all the way back to the first time, I outsold you, bro! Do your homework.
"It's kinda cool for me to know that I was the first. Kanye, just remember, I was your first. And I'm not above kicking your a**."
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