Kanye West has returned to making music instead of just posting his feelings on Instagram. Late last night, he shared a posthumous collaboration with XXXTentacion called “True Love,” and as TMZ points out, some of the lyrics find the 44-year-old reflecting on his custody battle with Kim Kardashian.”Wait, when you see the kids? I’ll see y’all tomorrow / Wait, when the sunset? I see y’all tomorrow / Wait, when I pick ’em up I feel like they borrowed / When I gotta return ’em scan ’em like a barcode,” he raps less than a minute into the song.

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We also hear Kanye state,  “And you know all the nannies said, ‘Daddy in Nebraska’ / Let the kids dig a tunnel to my house like Chapo,” seemingly expressing that he doesn’t spend as much time with his four young children as he would hope.

Despite the distance from his family that he’s clearly expressed feeling in his lyrics, paparazzi cameras caught the “Good Morning” rapper out with 8-year-old North for a father-daughter dinner date at Nobu on Thursday.

The Kardashians reality show also appears weekly on Thursdays and on this week’s episode it ironically had Kim formally apologize to the rest of her family for attacks that her ex had aimed at them on social media.

“I do recognize the impact that my relationship has had on my family, and that I’ve never had the opportunity to just say, ‘I’m sorry guys,'” said the reality star.

During a sit-down at Kim’s kitchen table, the mogul transitions from defending her ex-husband to standing up for her family. As Kourtney, Kendall, Khloe, Kris, Travis Barket, and Corey Gamble sit alongside her, Kim lets her family know that she will no longer deal with his attacks and that she feels stronger than ever.

“When people are saying disparaging things about any of us, it hurts all of us,” Kris said. The matriarch of the family also mentioned that one day, their kids will grow up and read everything that he’s ever said about the family.

It’s unclear which song Kim’s referring to in the scene but based on the show’s production timing, it may have been his collab with The Game on “Eazy”. The song was released back in January, and Ye takes direct shots at Pete Davidson on the track. “God saved me from the crash, just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s ass,” he rapped.