Kanye “Ye” West is using his songs to voice his complaints once more, this time bringing up his custody dispute with Kim Kardashian.
On Friday, the rapper released “True Love,” which features late artist XXXTentacion, and Ye didn’t waste any time expressing his sentiments about seeing his four children – North, 8, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 3 –
“Wait, when you see the kids?” Kanye said in the opening stanza. Tomorrow I’ll meet you all. When is the sunset, exactly? I’ll see you guys tomorrow. When do you think I’ll pick them up? I had the impression that they borrowed.”
He didn’t stop there, though. “Scan them like a bar code when I have to return them.” Wait, there are no harsh emotions, but these feelings are. Who put the youngsters in those? “What are those?” you might wonder. “I only see three kids, anybody watchin’ Chicago?” the rapper asks in one of his lyrics.
“Daddy in Nebraska,” Kanye also rapped. Let the youngsters construct a tunnel to my house like Chapo,” says Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, a reputed drug lord.
Kim was less than pleased to learn about West’s new song in the most recent episode of The Kardashians.
The 44-year-old rapper worked with The Game on “Eazy,” a song about his protracted divorce with Kardashian, his four children, the SNL comic, and his new girlfriend Julia Fox at the time. “We havin’ the finest divorce ever,” Ye raps in the second stanza. If we have to go to court, we’ll go together. Pick get your sister, and we’ll go to Kourt’s together.”
The verse that raised eyebrows, on the other hand, came later. “God spared me from that crash,” Kanye says, referring to his near-fatal vehicle accident in 2002. I only want to beat Pete Davidson’s a**.” “Who?” echoes a woman’s voice remarkably similar to Kardashian’s immediately after that phrase.
Kanye created the music video for “Eazy” shortly after the song was released, which showed Kanye kidnapped and burying a claymation figure that looked like the comedian.