Kanye West implies in his new song," XTCY," that he wants to have sex with wife Kim Kardashian’s sisters!
DJ Clark Kent shared the tune on Twitter, in which West, 41, revealed his "sick thoughts," apparently about Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian and Kendall and Kylie Jenner.
"You got sick thoughts? I got more of ’em. You got a sister-in-law you would smash? I got four of them," the star rapped.
"You did something unholy to them pictures, damn, you need to be locked up. Nah, we need a bigger hot tub," West added in the controversial song.
Fans were shocked and one wrote on Twitter, "That is just inappropriate."
Another follower weighed in: "I’m just shocked Kim’s fine with him saying this. Like I wonder if they told the other girls he was doing this. Imagine how uncomfortable they are because of this."
Another outraged fan said, "it’s f***ng weird F***ING WEIRD."
West's bizarre song lyrics came hot on the heels of his Jimmy Kimmel interview, in which he again defended his support for President Donald Trump – and also admitted to an active porn habit!
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After Kimmel asked the rapper whether his attitude to women had changed since he's been raising daughters North and Chicago a with Kim, 37, West replied, ‘Nah I still look at Pornhub and….’
he stunned talk show host pressed him, "What kind of stuff do you look at? What categories?"
West replied, "Blacked is my favourite category….
"A lot of black on white, obviously… My own reality," he commented on his interracial marriage to the Keeping Up with the Kardashians queen.
But now, will the lust in West's heart cause more marital problems for the couple known for TMI?!
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