Kanye West is addressing a few things that “aren’t sitting right” with his spirit. The rapper in a video warned Nick Canon and Drake to top talking about his wife after a Twitter user analysed Drake’s “In my Feelings” song, and finalised that the Kiki in the song referred to Kim. Watch video of his warning below:
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“First of all I want to address Nick Cannon,” West says in the video post. “Like, I understand that you used to date my wife, but you get in an interview, don’t mention my wife. If someone brings my wife up, you say, ‘Hey, I respect that man, I’m not speaking on that.’ Don’t be making no suggestions, like nobody f–ked my wife.”
“Now the next thing is with Drake,” West continues, bringing up the Pusha T feud. “Yeah I told you that if I wasn’t in a medicated state, I might’ve had the thoughts to…to say, ‘Hey Pusha don’t diss Drake on my beat.’ And I spoke about that and took accountability for that.”
“What I’m looking for, for my spirit to take accountability is, the fact that there’s people making rumors or thinking that you f–ked my wife, and you not saying nothing and you carrying it like that, that don’t sit well with my spirit,” West tells Drake. “You know, if I had a girlfriend from Chicago, her name was Renita and then you was married to Rihanna, I wouldn’t make no song called ‘Riri.’ So when you’re like, ‘Ah I don’t know where it comes from!’ You’re too smart for that, bro. You know where that comes from. Don’t make no record with nothing that could be confused.”
“I told you, I didn’t tell Pusha no information about your baby, baby mama, nothing like that, that ain’t come from me,” West says. “But when you played that record for me in the studio that said, ‘Yo we got some Kylies, we got some Kendalls,’ I told you, ‘Travis is your man, don’t make no record like that. That man just had a baby with her, that’s gonna be offensive, that’s gonna be offensive to her.'”
Nick Canon’s response and other reactions below:
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So Kanye disrespected all Black Americans by saying slavery was a choice.
But now he's crying foul by assuming that people are disrespecting his white wife? pic.twitter.com/djiCm0HTyP
— Tariq Nasheed (@tariqnasheed) September 20, 2018
… and he wants OTHERS to respect his wife?
How about you try it first Ye?
— Bishop Talbert Swan (@TalbertSwan) September 20, 2018
If Space Force becomes a thing, can we launch Kanye West and Donald Trump straight into the sun?
— Angela Belcamino (@AngelaBelcamino) September 20, 2018