Kanye West Defends Kim's Honor, Puts Drake & Nick Cannon "In Check"

Lawrence Kim
September 21, 2018

The Chicago native uploaded multiple videos to Instagram to tell the men to keep his wife and their family's name out of their mouth. The rapper took to social media to call out Nick Cannon, Drake and Tyson Beckford over his wife, Kim Kardashian West. "I understand you used to date my wife, but you get in an interview - don't mention my wife".

"Now if I wasn't in a medicated state I might have thought and had the wherewithal to say, 'Hey Pusha, don't diss Drake on my beat and I spoke about that and took accountability for that, '" West said before doubling down on the issues he still has with Drake.

In a series of Instagram videos taken somewhat inconveniently underneath a subway, West, who's apparently never heard of a direct message, broke his silence on rumors that Kardashian and Drake had an affair. You know where that comes from. "Don't make no record with nothing that can be confused". "I'm not speaking on that.' Don't be making no suggestions like nobody f***ed my wife".

"I didn't tell Pusha no information about your baby or baby mama, that didn't come from me", he added, claiming he did not start the controversy regarding Drake's secret son. So I had to express it to you like this.

"Kanye changes his mind about things often, so she isn't going to make any big decisions".

"It's like don't speak on nobody from my family, nothing that could even be mentioned with my wife, period", said Kanye, referring to a Scorpion throw-away track that allegedly name-dropped Kim's sister's Kylie and Kendall.

He then went on to address all three men, saying, "You all be promoting that negativity, y'all that that s-t is cool for social media".

West then moved on to another offending party, catching his breath to say, "And also, as far as Tyson Beckford goes, don't speak on my wife, bro". "What is you talking about?"

During a recent visit to his hometown, the "I Love It" rapper proudly told a crowd of high schoolers at an event hosted by Chance the Rapper that he was moving back to the city permanently.

In an Instagram video posted on Thursday afternoon, Cannon said, "So I just landed in Houston, we sold out the Toyota Center tonight, but I just got word.first off let me say, welcome back Ye from the sunken place, it's a lovely thing, glad you back with me brother". We'll work it out.

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