Kim Kardashian-West is doing the family’s social media heavy lifting by launching a Twitter tirade against a collaborative partner of Kanye’s that took the couple to task for allegedly pulling their support from the Chicago non-profit named after Kanye’s late mother.
According to ET Online, Rhymefest aka Che Smith tweeted on Saturday that music consumers should boycott Pusha T’s album Daytona and donate proceeds to Donda’s House, the nonprofit organization started in 2011 to honor West’s mother and serve the youth of his hometown of Chicago. Rhymefest reportedly reached out to West in order to receive financial support for the organization but has not been able to connect. Smith goes on to say West’s silence is sending a powerful message to the youth.
I spoke to Kanye about it. His response was “f*ck the youth of Chicago”
Instead of Kanye speaking out to confirm, or deny, the accusations, Kim Kardashian responded on Twitter to Rhymefest in a series of tweets saying he was attempting to have Kanye listen to his “subpar beats” and showed up to the studio wearing “fake Yeezys” and wants the company to be run by her children.
After which Smith penned a lengthy statement accusing Kardashian of criticizing an organization she knows nothing about.
To see the original tweets from Rhymefest asking Drake for help, accusing Kanye of turning his back on the youth, plus Kardashian’s responses. flip the pages.