Kanye West Calls Out Drake, Nick Cannon: ‘Don’t Speak On Nobody From My Family’

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Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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Kanye West called out fellow rappers Drake and Nick Cannon, warning them not to speak in interviews or their music about anybody from his family,” especially his wife Kim Kardashian.

“I just wanted to express somethings that [was] not sitting right with my spirit,” the 41-year-old rapper shared in a video with TMZ Thursday. “There’s a couple of things I want to address.”


“First of all I want to address Nick Cannon, I understand that you used to date my wife,” he added. “But you’re giving an interview don’t mention my wife. If someone brings my wife up, you say ‘I respect that man. I’m not speaking on that.'”

West continued, “Don’t be making no suggestions like, nobody f**ked my wife.”

Cannon recently talked about Kardashian — who he dated in his mid 20s — and said during a VladTV interview, “that white girl got ass!!”

The “Gold Digger” singer then turned his focus on fellow rapper Drake and suggested that he should have made it clear that the mention of a Kiki in his song “In My Feelings” was not about the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star. The rumor is that that is Kim Kardashian’s nickname and all her family and friends know it.

“Now what I need, what I’m looking for for my spirit to take accountability is the fact that it’s people making rumors or thinking you f**ked my wife and you are not saying nothing,” West shared. “And you carrying like that, that don’t sit well with my spirit.”

“You know if I had a girlfriend from Chicago, her name Rineda and you were married to Rihanna, I wouldn’t make no song called Riri,” he added. “So when you say ‘I don’t know where it comes from,’ you’re too smart for that bro. You know where that comes from. Don’t make no record with nothing that could be confused.”

Lastly, the rapper warned both Drake and Future to not “speak on nobody from my family, nothing that can be even mentioned on my wife, period!”

The remarks come in response to an unreleased song by the two superstar rappers with the lyrics, “I got 20 motherf**king Kylie’s … I got 20 damn Kendalls.”