Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, released a new single with longtime collaborator The Game on Friday. And the new track, “Eazy,” is open about how the rapper currently feels as he navigates his divorce from ex Kim Kardashian.
He raps that he and Kardashian are having “the best divorce ever,” adding, “If we go to court, we’ll go to court together / In fact, take your sister, we’ll go to Kourt’s together.” Reports said the split was relatively amicable in the interests of co-parenting their four children North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm.
But later in the song, he also seems to be interested in his parenting skills, rapping, “I watch four kids for, like, five hours a day… I have love for nannies, but the real family is better / Cameras watch the kids, stop taking credit for it.”
Friday, entertainment tonight also reported that Ye claimed in an interview that Kardashian’s security wouldn’t let her into her house to see their eldest daughter North. “My daughter wanted me to go inside. I was like, I’m the richest black man and North’s dad, right, and security was able to stop me from going inside. walk into the room with my daughter,” he said. “And I hear the new boyfriend is actually in the house that I can’t even go to.”
Referencing his decision to buy a house right across from his ex-wife’s house, in the song he suggests the move was more for his kids than anything else, continuing, “Non-custodial dad, j bought the house next door / Why do you think the point of being really rich? / When you give them all they want only more / Candle and unruly, you all need to do some chores /Rich kids, this ain’t your mama house/ Get on your brother’s shoulders, pull out that Top Ramen.“
He’s clearly not happy with Kardashian’s new boo, Saturday Night Live comedian Pete Davidson, as he says in the song, “God saved me from this accident, just so I could beat Pete Davidson’s ass.” The line is followed by a woman who says “Who?” He then brags about his own current flame, Julia Fox, with a shout out, “And my new bitch bad / I know Illuminati crazy.”
The diss track was dropped after Coachella announced Ye would be headlining the 2022 festival. Listen to “Eazy” below.
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