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Kanye West Calls Out Jay Z, Says North West And Blue Ivy Not Friends

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For years, Kanye West and Jay Z balled so hard shit was positively cray. Now, it appears the rappers have balled too hard, putting their personal and professional relationships in jeopardy.

Kanye paused his show during a Seattle tour stop to vent to fans about his beef with former bestie Jay Z.

"Don't call me, after the robbery, and say 'how you feelin?' You wanna know how I'm feelin? Come by the house," - Kanye #SaintPabloTour pic.twitter.com/G6wkIzbY0n — McKenna Moe (@MoeMunyMoeProbs) October 20, 2016

He rage-ranted about Jay's approach to reaching out after Kim's October 3 robbery at gunpoint in Paris,

Don't call me after the robbery and say, 'How you feelin'?' You wanna know how I'm feelin'? Come by the house… Bring the kids by the house like we brothers.

Kanye lamented the fact his daughter, North West, and Jay's daughter, Blue Ivy, “ain't never even played together,” which is a sincere bummer to fans who hoped the Nori/Blue EP would be the hottest mixtape of 2017.

pt. 2 @TeamKanyeDaily #SAINTPABLO pic.twitter.com/N64PEXu7N7 — ike®☄ (@IkerLopez27) October 20, 2016

From his floating stage, the rapper mentioned his absence from Drake's “Pop Style,” a song originally featuring a verse by Kanye that, according to the Huffington Post, was excluded from the Apple-released album in its final form.

ye talking about Watch The Throne 2 & Apple/Tidal problems @TeamKanyeDaily #SAINTPABLO pic.twitter.com/kXZNZuvTfP — ike®☄ (@IkerLopez27) October 20, 2016

He told the crowd,

I wasn't on the song because of Hova... Y'all didn't get what you were supposed to get on this song because of some Tidal/Apple bullshit.

The 39-year-old chalked the drama up to “some political shit,” citing “percentages on songs” before telling attendees he “can't take this shit, bro!”

He claimed “there will never be a Watch the Throne 2,” another tragic result of the aforementioned “Tidal/Apple bullshit," referencing Jay's music streaming service.

Jay and Ye need to reconcile, begin writing a follow-up to their 2011 collaborative masterpiece, Watch the Throne, and stop treating Drake like the sad child of their divorce.

Heal this broken home, you two. If you can't do it for yourselves, do it for baby Drizzy.

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Citations: Kanye West And Jay Z May Be In A 'Real Housewives' –Style Fight About Kim's Robbery (Huffington Post)