After making headlines with the first G.O.O.D. music single "Mercy," Kanye West airs out more of his personal drama on the second single, a remix of Chicago rapper Chief Keef's "I Don't Like."
But instead of spitting more about falling in love with Kim Kardashian, Kanye addresses domestic abuse rumors that arose after an In Touch Weekly report came out last month. "The media crucify me like they did Christ/ They wanna find me not breathing like they found Mike/ A girl [will] run her mouth only out of spite/ But I'll never hit a woman, never in my life."
A source told In Touch Weekly that Kanye pushed his former fiancee Alexis Phifer into a bush after she confronted him over a naked picture of Kim that she believed she'd seen him looking at on his phone.
The "I Don't Like" remix, also featuring Big Sean, Pusha T, Jadakiss and Chief Keef, isn't the only track that Kanye has used to spit about domestic abuse. On Kanye's 2010 song "Blame Game," he imagines a conversation between a former lover and her new guy, spitting, "Lyin' sayin' I hit you/ He sitting and consoling you/ Runnin' my name through the mud/ who's provoking you?"
Many speculated that the track from My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy was about Kanye's ex Amber Rose. Last year, MediaTakeOut posted an email supposedly sent from Kanye to a friend, claiming that Amber had accused him of beating her.
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