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Kanye West Sparks Feud Rumor After Omitting Jay-Z's Name From Lyrics

June 12, 2014 (7:55 am) GMT
West reportedly removes Jay-Z's name from songs 'Cold', 'Blood on the Leaves' and 'Touch the Sky' during his performance at the X Games in Austin, Texas.

There have been rumors saying that is not on good terms with pal . West now fueled the feud rumors after he removed his frequent collaborator's name from the lyrics of some songs he recently performed at the X Games in Austin, Texas.

According to reports, West avoided mentioning Jay-Z's name on "" track "Cold". 's husband did it again when he sang "Blood on the Leaves". This time, he also altered the lyrics a little bit.

He sang, "I don't give a damn if you used to talk to [...]/ He ain't with you, he with Beyonce/ You need to stop actin' crazy," instead of "You need to stop actin' lazy.". Ye reportedly left out Jay-Z's name for the third time during the performance of "Touch the Sky".

Following the performance, a fan commented on the omissions, saying, "First time he [skipped Jay Z's name], I [thought], 'Ehh that's odd, maybe he's just letting the crowd finish it whatever.' Then [Kanye] skipped his name again ... Definitely obvious and intentional."

Many fans speculate that the alleged feud started after Jay-Z spent Memorial Day weekend at the Hamptons with wife instead of attending West's wedding to Kardashian.



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