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21 Savage Claims Kanye West Ended Relationship Kim Kardashian On Gunna’s New Album

The rapper had a verse on Gunna’s track “Thought I Was Playing” that is quite interesting.

21 Savage has formed his own opinion on Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, and Kim Kardashian’s break-up — and is pointing at rapper Gunna’s new album DS4EVER.

As one of the guest features on the latest project, 21 is heard on Gunna’s “Thought I Was Playing,” saying: “I’m your wifey surgeon, dawg I give her lip fillers/SF90 cost a M, dumped his glock like Ye did Kim.”

In the lyrics, 21 alludes that it was West who called it quits with Kardashian and not the other way around.

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On Feb. 19, 2021, news broke that the SKIMS entrepreneur and reality TV star filed for divorce from the rapper and Yeezy designer. According to Us Weekly, the former couple had been in settlement talks since June 2020 and since the divorce announcement, it appears that both stars have moved on into new relationships.

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Kardashian is currently dating Pete Davidson and West has started a new relationship with Uncut Gems actress Julia Fox.

While West has not publicly spoken out about his new relationship, Fox shared a timeline about their romance with Interview Magazine, saying that the pair made an “instant connection” on New Year’s Eve.

“Everything with us has been so organic. I don’t know where things are headed but if this is any indication of the future I’m loving the ride,” she also said.

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