I get that Rhymefest, at the very least, cares more about the hopeless, violence-prone youth of Chicago than Kanye West, who supposedly said fuck helping kids in Chicago, or something to that effect.
But the fact of the matter is that it was Rhymefest who initially took the low road, issuing a press release alerting the world to the fact that Kanye doesn't donate money to his own charity, and soliciting funds from Drake, who I guess has some sort of fake rap beef with Kanye.
Kim Kardashian can't stand to see another celebrity talk bad about Kanye, especially if it's something she might be able to film for an episode of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians." Take for example the time she exposed Taylor Swift as being a damn liar, saying she didn't sign off on "Famous," from the Life of Pablo.
I like the fact that Kim Kardashian is so eager to jump to Kanye's defense, though I'm not sure if I'd want to date a girl like that. I need a girl who's willing to beat another girl up, if necessary (because I'm not allowed to), but I don't need to be around people who get into a lot of fights, since I'm the one who'd probably end up getting arrested.
On Twitter the other day, Kim Kardashian took Rhymefest to task for, among other things, wearing fake Yeezys. You probably already read all about it on Black People Twitter this past weekend, so I won't bother to rehash, other than to point out that her plan to have her kids take over Donda's house is more or less the exact same plot as the third Godfather movie.
Kanye himself has been eerily quiet for someone who's been so logorrheic as of late. I wonder if he's at all concerned with any of this. Rhymefest might still be able to contribute a few bars to the next album, if there's time. Alas, with each song on a Kanye album having like 60 co-writers, and with Tidal not issuing checks anymore, he probably wouldn't make anything anyway.