AceShowbiz - After Kim Kardashian, it's her husband's turn to address cheating allegations surrounding Tristan Thompson. Kanye West slams the Canadian athlete for allegedly cheating on his sister-in-law Khloe Kardashian on "All Mine", one of the songs off his newly released album "Ye".
The new song finds the rapper suggesting that Tristan's alleged cheating almost makes him break up with Khloe, rapping, "All these t***s on Christian Mingle, almost what got Tristan single." He continues spitting, "If you don't ball like him or Kobe/ Guarantee that b***h gonna leave you."
The track also finds Kanye name-dropping Kerry Washington, Naomi Campbell and Stormy Daniels. "If I pull up with a Kerry Washington/ That's gon' be an enormous scandal, I could have Naomi Campbell/ And still might want me a Stormy Daniels," Kanye rhymes.
Tristan is allegedly furious after hearing the song. "Tristan is not taking Kanye's diss well. He's furious that Kanye would do him that way," a friend of the basketball player tells HollywoodLife.com. "He feels betrayed by Kanye -- he thought they were friends, so it hurts. Kanye's saying he's all about the love, but he's taking cheap shots at Tristan, and even worse, he did it on the night of Tristan's first game in the NBA finals."
"Ye" was released on June 1. Besides addressing Tristan's cheating scandal on the album, Kanye raps about Kim's initial reaction to his slavery comments. He also confirms he has bipolar disorder on a song titled "Yikes", which finds him name-dropping the likes of Michael Jackson and Prince.
Prior to the album's release, Kanye invited an exclusive group of celebrities, reporters and music industry types to Jackson Hole, Wyoming for a private listening party. Scott Disick, Jonah Hill, 2 Chainz, Pusha T and Nas were among the familiar faces spotted by fellow attendees.