The Yeezy designer unloads on his family drama with his ex-wife on songs featured on the Clipse star’s studio album ‘It’s Almost Dry’, which was released on April 22.
AceShowbiz –Kanye West is once again using music to express his frustration about his highly-publicized divorce with Kim Kardashian. The Atlanta native addresses his family issues through his appearances on Pusha T‘s latest album “It’s Almost Dry”.
Ye mentions his family on two songs, “Rock N Roll” and “Dreamin of the Past”. On the former, he seemingly reveals his disagreements with Kim over the custody of their children. “Finally tired of comin’ and goin’, make up your mind/ I ain’t come to pick up the kids to pick a fight,” he raps.
On “Dreamin of the Past”, meanwhile, the Yeezy designer brings religious references while stressing the importance of keeping a family together. “Born in the manger, the son of a stranger/ When daddy’s not home, the family’s in danger,” he spits his part.
Prior to his appearances on Pusha T’s album, Ye taunted Kim’s current boyfriend Pete Davidson through The Game‘s song “Eazy”. “God saved me from the crash, just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s a**,” read some of the lyrics.
The music video for the song features Ye kidnapping a claymation man who resembles the comedian. He puts a bag over Pete’s head, ties him to the back of his bike, drags him through the dirt and buries him alive. He later plants roses on his head. The father of four is also seen carrying a decapitated head and sitting on a coffin as he raps.
Toward the end of the video, the screen reads, “Everyone lived happily ever after except you know who,” with the word “Skete”, the name Ye has used to refer to Pete, crossed out. The visual ends with the words, “JK, He’s Fine” appearing on the screen.
The “Hurricane” emcee faced a lot of backlash for the video. He has since reportedly promised to Kim that “he’s not making any public appearances or inflammatory social media statements, and he will go away somewhere to get better” for the sake of the kids.
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