The rapper, 44, continued his war of words with Kardashian, posting a text exchange he claimed to have with his ex’s cousin. West has repeatedly claimed that Kardashian has prohibited him from seeing the couple’s four children.
On Sunday, West posted a screenshot of a text message that reads “Send me Kim’s number.” However, it received no response. In the caption, West elaborated on the situation, claiming that Kardashian had accused him of trying to have her killed.
“Yesterday Kim accused me of putting a hit out on her,” West captioned the post. “So let me get this straight. I beg to go to my daughter’s party and I’m accused of being on drugs, then I go play with my son and I take my Akira graphic novels and I’m accused of stealing. Now I’m being accused of putting a hit on her. These ideas can actually get someone locked up. They play like that with Black men’s lives, whether it’s getting them free or getting them locked up. I’m not playing about my Black children anymore.”
THE BREAKFAST CLUB REACTION
Charlamagne has interviewed Kanye West one on one in the past. Needless to say, the outspoken radio host had a response to the weekend’s antics. He believes that Kanye picks and chooses when to use his “black card.” He reminds listeners about Kanye’s past comments about “slavery being a choice.”
Charlamagine said the one thing he doesn’t like about Kanye is “he’s black when he’s down, but when he’s up, slavery was a choice” and “Harriet Tubman didn’t free the slaves” and “we need to move past race.” Charlamagne also took a shot at Kanye West for having Julia Fox as his girlfriend.
After audio was played of Julia Fox explaining that she was just “friends” with Drake, the radio personality mocked the way she said the word. “You can’t say nothing about being black when you date somebody that goes “yuuhh.”
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