The 44-year-old caused fans to gasp when he updated his original collaboration with Brown on all streaming sites, leaving the No Guidance singer's vocals out completely.
Brown is no longer heard on Kanye's song New Again. The bold move says a lot and comes just weeks after the 32-year-old singer threw slurs Ye's way.
It all started after Brown discovered Kanye dropped his verse from the song and only included his vocals in the background.
That's when he took matters into his own hands, lashing out at Ye on social media.
"Kanye a whole hoe [sic]," Brown posted out of the blue on Instagram last month. But Brown wasn't the only musician with hurt feelings after Donda was released.
Soulja Boy also blasted Kanye after he discovered he was left off the album too.
"This ni--a Kanye smh. Tell homie don't hit my phone no more. Idk how to feel, Kanye sent me that song 'remote control' and I don't hear my verse on it ... hmm fu-k that ni--a," the rapper unleashed on Twitter.
He also posted a screenshot of a text conversation between him and Kanye to prove that the Jesus Is King rapper pursued him.
"Yo it's Ye. I love you bro. You're a genius. Wanna work with you on the new GAP campaign and my new album," the message read. Soulja responded by praising the fellow rapper. "Thanks that means ALOT coming from u. I'm down let's work on fashion and music," he wrote back to Kanye.
Donda caused major controversy after its long-delayed release.
Not only did the album add to the number of Kanye's rap beefs, but it also caused a stir in his personal life.
His relationship with supermodel Irina Shayk fell apart as he was desperately trying to finish Donda, and once it was released, he seemingly dissed her in the lyrics.
On his track Hurricane, he gave a nod to the runway vixen by rapping, "Here I go, actin' too rich, here I go, with a new chick." Things quickly took a turn in New Again when Kanye insinuated that she'd "never live up" to his estranged wife, Kim Kardashian.