This is unimaginably tragic.
The team did release a statement on the matter, though (below):
But dude is STILL claiming that the track is simply about him and what he's going through, that it's just a song, and that people shouldn't read so much into it.
ESPECIALLY if you are Kim's baby-daddy Kanye West.
"I mean a lot of people saying a lot of different things about the record. For me, the record is self-explanatory. Like I tell everybody, I’m not trying to put fuel on the fire. You know what I’m saying? We just want people to enjoy the record. It’s more so about me than anybody else.
I don’t think nobody should be upset about something that really happened. I think when people do music everybody talks about they life and what they go through. This just my chapter and I think people need to look at it like that and don’t look at it for nothing more than that."
Wait a second…
Didn't Ray JUST admit that the tune is about "something that really happened" in regards to the question about Kanye?! Isn't that a straight up confession that the song IS about Kimmy?!
Ugh whatever. We're sure Kanye has FAR more important things on his mind than dealing with a wannabe who is obviously using the controversy caused by the single to secure himself some fame.
And the truth of the matter is, Ray may have hit it FIRST, but Kanye ultimately won in the end! LOLz!
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