Words are, Yeezy 'wants to help Kim get over any regrets or embarrassment she has about the sex tape' with the song, and Kim approves it.
Kanye West raps about her reality star girlfriend Kim Kardashian again in his new song "Clique" which also features Jay-Z and Big Sean. The track will be included in the G.O.O.D. Music compilation album "Cruel Summer".
In the snippet of the song, Kanye raps, "Ate breakfast at Gucci. My girl, a superstar all from a home movie." The rapper is obviously referring to his muse's explicit sex tape with singer Ray J which led the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" to fame.
Apart from "Clique", Yeezy's two other songs also talk about the reality star. In his song "Way Too Cold", which was previously known as "Theraflu", the rapper sings about how he was already falling in love with Kim around the same time she was falling in love with pro basketball player, Kris Humphries, who was married to Kim for only 72 days. Kim even made an appearance in the song's music video.
Earlier this year, he also debuted the song "Perfect B****" in a New York City club. According to his tweet, the track was dedicated to and entirely about Kim. Surprisingly, the Armenian beauty was thrilled that the song is about her. She was quoted as saying, "I'm honored. I love it. I know he doesn't mean it in a negative way when he says the word b****."
Kim hasn't released any statement about the new song yet, but a Kardashian family friend already told Hollywood Life that Kim loved that Kanye's rapping about her sex tape. "She has always felt uncomfortable with the sex tape and Kanye knew this. This is the exact reason he wanted to draw attention to the subject matter. Kanye wants to help Kim get over any regrets or embarrassment she has about the sex tape. He wants her to move on and be positive about everything that has happened in the past," the source said.