“I just want to express some things that were not sitting right with my spirit. There is a couple things I want to address,” West, 41, started in his first video.
“First of all, I want to address Nick Cannon. I understand that you used to date my wife but when you giving an interview and someone mentions my wife or brings my wife up you say, ‘I respect that man I am not speaking on that.’ Don’t be making suggestions like nobody f***ed my wife,” he continued, referring to Cannon’s recent comments about his famous ex and her alleged sexual relationship with Drake, which Kardashian has denied.
“Now the next thing is with Drake,” said West in a clip. “Yeah I told you that if I wasn’t in a medicated state, I might have had the thought to say, ‘Hey Pusha don’t diss Drake on my beat.’ I spoke about that and took accountability for that.”
The rapper was referring to his ongoing feud with Drake, which began when West produced Pusha T’s album, and he outed Drake’s love child.
“Now what I am looking for spirit to take accountability is the fact that it’s people making rumors that are saying you f***ed my wife, well that don’t sit well with my spirit,” said West.
“If I had a girlfriend from Chicago and her name was Rinita and you was married to Rihanna, I wouldn’t make a song called Riri,” he continued, referring to Drake’s song, “In My Feelings” in which he mentions a girl named “Kiki.”
After the track was released, fans began to think Drake, 31, was referring to Kim Kardashian, 37, famously nicknamed “Kiki.” Soon, all of Hollywood began wondering whether or not the two ever had sex — a rumor which the KKW Beauty mogul quickly denied.
“So when you were like ‘Aw I don’t know where it come from,’ you too smart for that bro. You know where that come from,” said West. “Don’t make no record with nothing that can be confused.”
“I didn’t tell Pusha no information about your baby or baby mama, that didn’t come from me,” he added, claiming he did not start the controversy regarding Drake’s secret son.
“But when you played that record in the studio that said ‘we got some Kylies we got some Kendalls, I told you ‘Travis is your man. Don’t make no record like that,’” said West, referring to the song Drake released about the Lip Kit mogul after she gave birth to her daughter Stormi with boyfriend Travis Scott.
“That man just had a baby with her and that record is going to be offensive to her,” he added. “I hit Trav about the 'Ecstasy' record and we cool. We are like family. But I told you not to do that, period. Don’t speak on nothing from my family and nothing that could even be mentioned with my wife. Period. We don’t have to talk again. I’m not giving no energy to that.”
While West has been openly trying to mend ties with Drake ever since their feud began, he is now clearly over their friendship, and sticking by his wife and her Kardashian-Jenner clan.
“As far as Tyson Beckford go, don’t speak on my wife. Period. What is you talking about? We are married. We are in love and we are a family. You all be promoting that negativity and you think that s**t is cool with social media,” West said. “That doesn’t sit right with me or with my spirit. So, all three of you all, come talk to me. Holla at me. We will work it out and come to a resolution. It’s fine.”
“It just don’t sit right with me and I have to express that with you,” West concluded. “Nick Cannon, Drake, Tyson Beckford. All that just isn’t sitting right with me.”
West’s wild outburst comes months after he went on a nasty Twitter rant slamming just about everyone in Hollywood, and prompting Kardashian to consider divorce! At the time, he also admitted he was on medication for his bipolar disorder, or as he would call it, his “superpower.”
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