“God saved me from that crash / Just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s ass,” he raps of the man dating Kim Kardashian West amid their pending divorce.
The "Donda" rapper has not been arrested in connection to the incident, an LAPD spokesperson said.
The former presidential adviser and Trump son-in-law supposedly goes way back with the MAGA-loving rapper.
The "Uncut Gems" actor gushed about her seemingly whirlwind relationship with West in an essay for Interview magazine, noting, "It was an instant connection."
The couple jetted off to the Bahamas for a post-New Year's vacation.
The date went down days after West purchased a home directly across the street from his ex, Kim Kardashian.
Kanye West has purchased the property across the street from his ex amid their ongoing divorce.
“I didn’t want him to wear the red hat. I’m not really a rule-breaker, so my personality would be like, ‘OK, you guys don’t like the red hat? I’ll take it off,’” she said.
Publicist Trevian Kutti tried to intimidate a Georgia election worker into making false claims of voter fraud, Reuters reported.
The reality star publicly acknowledged her ex-husband for the first time since going public with her Pete Davidson romance.
The rapper also acknowledged embarrassing the reality star mogul with his ill-fated run for president.
The couple filed for divorce in February, but the rapper told a podcast: "I ain’t never even seen the papers. We’re not even divorced.”
Kanye West is no more and "The Daily Show" host thinks he knows the Donald Trump-related reason why.
A judge approved the rapper’s petition to go by "Ye," without a middle or last name.
The reality star shared the meanest things her kids have ever said to her, and North West had a straight up gem.
And she is definitely not running for president.
Former President Donald Trump called Kanye West's tendencies "loony."
The rapper brought the rock singer, who's been accused of sexual assault by at least 15 women, onstage at his latest listening event.
The rapper's 10th studio album featuring collaborations with Jay-Z, Marilyn Manson and DaBaby is now available on streaming platforms.
The shock rocker, who has been accused of abuse by more than a dozen women, was also joined by embattled rapper DaBaby.