In the track, which was released on Friday, January 14, Kanye also raps about his divorce from Kim Kardashian, his children and references buy a house next to Kim’s.
His verse begins: “We have the best divorce ever / When we go to court, we go to court together,” before he mentions it Kourtney Kardashian, and says, “In fact, pick up your sister, we’ll go to Kourt’s together.”
It turned out that he was slapping the Kardashians’ parenting skills, saying, “I watched four kids for about five hours today. […] I love the babysitters, but real family is better / The cameras look at the children, you stop taking the credit. “
Next, Kanye talks about why he bought the house next to Kim’s, and says, “Non-supervising dad, I bought the house next door / What do you think the point of being really rich for?”
So far, so dramatic.
Kanye then took a turn to Pete Davidson, who has been romantically linked to Kim since her appearance on Saturday Night Live. Kanye knocked: “God saved me from that accident / Just so I could hit Pete Davidson’s ass,” which apparently refers to the near-fatal car accident that Kanye survived in 2002.
After calling out Pete, a voice, which sounds suspicious like Kim’s, can be heard on the song, saying “Who?” Ag.
On Saturday, January 15, the day after the single was released, Kanye took to Instagram to share his frustrations about not invited to his daughter Chicago’s fourth birthday party.
However, it all seems to have cleared up in the end, as Kanye was later portrayed at the party where he chats with Kris Jenner on Atiana De La Hoyasee Instagram story.
Kim Kardashian filed for divorce from Kanye in February 2021. He’s apparently dating the actress now Julia Fox.
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