Hello everyone. Take a seat, because we're about to go on a ride to understand the current drama unfolding between Kim Kardashian, Rhymefest, and the Chicago charity Donda's House.
So it all started with Pusha T, a member of Kanye West's label GOOD Music. His latest album Daytona, which was produced by Kanye, featured the Drake diss track, "Infrared".
In true 6 God fashion, Drake clapped back almost instantly. He dropped his own diss track titled "Duppy Freestyle" accompanied with an $100,000 invoice for the subsequent "promotional assistance and career reviving" he provided with his song.
On the track Drake also took the opportunity to diss Kanye as well, in order to highlight the hypocrisy in Pusha's dig against him.
This brings us to the current drama. The invoice prompted Che "Rhymefest" Smith, co-founder of Donda's House, a charity named after Kanye's late mother, to ask for funding help for the forgotten non-for-profit.
Kim Kardashian didn't like Rhymefest publicly trying to drag her husband's name through the dirt, so she sent out a series of tweets voicing her opinions on the issue.
People didn't like that Kim Kardashian attacked Rhymefest personally, when the issue was with the charity. They especially detested her using a "lol, who are you again?" tactic to do it.
After Kim's Twitter rant, Rhymefest responded with a letter where he respectfully addressed the points she put forward.
And then, after everything was said, Donda's House issued a statement explaining that they would no longer operate under the name as a result of Kim's outburst.