Does Kanye West Really Trash Kim Kardashian On His Latest Album?

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West announced their plans to divorce back in February 2021. Since that time, the couple has reportedly been working on navigating life following their split, including co-parenting their four children, North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm, per Cheat Sheet. In July, the couple formerly known as "Kimye" stepped out in public for the first time since filing for divorce. The duo and their children visited the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco before opening hours, per E! News. An insider says that the family was accompanied by their security guards, but that they left the nannies behind for the outing.

The source revealed that exes acted "very low key" during their visit. "They were excited to be there, and everyone seemed to be getting along great between Kim and Kanye," the insider added. "They were there for the kids as the museum is a very family-friendly environment. By all accounts they were gracious, appreciative, and had a great time!"

Since the separation, the couple haven't said one bad word about each other in the media. However, recent rumors claim that the rapper may have spoken negatively about his soon-to-be ex-wife on his latest album. However, new sources are now setting the record straight.

Kanye doesn't diss Kim on his new album

According to Page Six, Kanye West's latest album titled "Donda" after his late mother won't include a diss track about his estranged wife, Kim Kardashian. Recently, rumors were swirling that the rapper may have trashed Kardashian on the album when he called his L.A. home with her a "prison" and sang about how he "escaped from Calabasas." However, sources tell the outlet that isn't the case. In fact, Kardashian was said to have heard the album when West held a listening party for the new songs in Las Vegas last weekend. "Kanye actually played the song for Kim personally before the listening party," an insider revealed. "It's emotional and personal. Not negative at all."

One of the guests at West's listening party included Justin LaBoy, who tweeted about his love for the record shortly after, promising fans that it's worth the wait. "Kanye played his new album for me & @KDTrey5 last night in Vegas. Man listen! The production is light years ahead of it's time, and the bars sound like he's broke & hungry trying to get signed again. Any artist who plan on dropping soon should just push it back." In a follow-up tweet, he wrote, "ALBUM OF THE YEAR."

As for Kardashian's thoughts about her relationship with West, she made it clear during the "KUWTK" reunion last month. "[Kanye] was my friend first and foremost for a long time, so I can't see that going away," she admitted. "I will forever be Kanye's biggest fan. He's the father of my kids. Kanye will always be family."