Kanye West has shaken us again – and this time it has nothing to do with President Trump.
DJ Clark Kent tweeted a new track from the 41-year-old rapper early Saturday morning. It's called "XTCY" and it involves Western rapping about how he would "smash all four sisters of Mrs. Kim Kardashian".
"Sitting in the studio with my husband @ Kanyewest and he said .. & # 39; Clark, let the new" XTCY "go joint !!! So … ENJOY: NEW KANYE WEST. . ", Kent tweeted.
"You have ill thoughts, I have more of them / You have a sister-in-law whom you would smash? I have four of them," says West in the first lines. "Damn, these are your sisters? / You did something unholy to them / Damn, you have to be locked up / Close, you need a bigger whirlpool."
The download for the track also unveils accompanying cover art, which is a photo of Kardashian and sisters Khloé Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Kylie Jenner and Kendall Jenner at Kylie's 21
West released his seven-track ye album on June 1, which addressed many issues, including his mental health, drug addiction and his wife's reaction to the time when he proposed slavery was an option. In May, when he tweeted Ye a video that revealed a white board with possible songs, "XTCY" (then spelled "Extacy") was on it. The song never appeared on the released album and it did not appear on We See Ghosts by Kid Cudi and West, either.
Days before the "XTCY" fall, West appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live for a broad discussion in which he defended his support for Trump, but later fell silent when Kimmel asked what made him believe that Trump took care of black people.
"It's not about politics I'm not a politician like this, but it meant overcoming the fear and doing what you felt no matter what someone said and saying you can not bully me, liberals can not bully me 'News can not bully me, hop community, they can not bully me,' he said supportively to Trump. "If I'm scared to be me at this point, I'm not Ye anymore. That's what makes Ye out, and I really enjoy it when people are actually mad at me about certain things."