AceShowbiz - Kanye West claims he can totally relate to British people, who are mourning the death of Queen Elizabeth II. The "Donda" artist made use of his Instagram account on Sunday night, September 25 to compare his own split from Kim Kardashian to the monarch's passing.
"London I know how you feel," the Yeezy designer wrote over a black background. He went on to lament, "I lost my Queen too."
Upon catching wind of the post, fans had mixed response to it. "I keep telling y'all, he loved that woman like no other. Talk s**t about her , but he loved her, period," a person commented, referencing to "The Kardashians" star.
Some others, however, believed that Ye was talking about his mom Donda West, who died on November 10, 2007 from coronary artery disease and multiple post-operative factors from cosmetic surgery. "I'm sure he's talking about his Mom and people are laughing. This a cold world…," one person said. "He's most certainly referring to the passing of his mother!" someone else noted.
This wasn't the first time for Ye to talk about the Queen's death and how it affected him. A day after the royal died on September 8, the rapper insinuated that her passing prompted him to settle his beefs with Pete Davidson, Kid Cudi as well as Adidas. "Life is precious," so he wrote in a now-deleted post on September 9.
The 45-year-old rapper, who also included two throwback portraits of the late monarch wearing her crown, went on to say, "Releasing all grudges today. Leaning into the light." The "Famous" spitter then extended an olive branch to Cudi, Adidas Senior Vice President/General Manager Daniel Cherry III and his former wife's ex Pete. "Best wishes and blessings to Pete Cudi Daniel Cherry," he penned.
The feelings, however, seemingly were temporary. Ye reignited his beef with Cudi as he shaded both Cudi and John Legend in a series of Instagram rants on Tuesday, September 20. At the time, Ye took to his account to take shots at Adidas exec Torben Schumacher as well as the two musicians. Calling Torben an "idiot," Ye wrote on his post, "Who are the real decision makers at adidas? Torben is a f**king idiot. Torben stole my designs. adidas stole my designs."
"They did the Balenciaga collaboration without my knowledge and then stopped my Balenciaga Gap shoes from going to market. Nobody call me and ask me if I'm sleeping," he continued complaining. "It's war. We deaded Gap now it's adidas time."
The Yeezy designer then praised the owner of Harold's. "Thank you to the owner's of Harold's for your royalty. They told gee that they wouldn't do a deal with Adidas until me and Adidas was cool. That's some real Chicago s**t. Love y'all for that. I ain't even know there was still loyalty like that after these past few years. Love you for real," he gushed. In the caption, Ye shaded John Legend and Kid Cudi as writing, "HAROLDS REALER THAN JOHN LEGEND AND CUDI."