Kanye West remains one of the most iconic and influential rappers in the Hip-Hop world right now and he also has a very good mind when it comes to being a businessman, as the rapper has built his own empire.

However, his personal life hasn’t been that great for the past few months since his ongoing divorce case with estranged wife Kim Kardashian started. Kim Kardashian had previously stated that she was lonely in her marriage to the rapper.

Kanye West recently held listening parties for his long-delayed album Donda. Many fans wondered if Kanye West would mention his divorce in the album or not. There were reports that Kanye’s “Welcome To My Life” made reference to his time in Calabasas, and fans finally got to know it themselves.

During one track, the rapper sang that he was “losing” his family, singing: “I’m losing my family / I’m losing my family / I’m losing my family.” Listeners interpreted the lyrics as him mentioning Kim Kardashian and his children.

Kanye West has mentioned Kardashian in his songs in the past and this time it is no different. Fans took to Twitter and showed their support for Kanye West while also sympathizing with him.

Kanye really invited Kim just to say “I’m losing my family” #DONDA

Kim and her kids in the crowd hearing Kanye say “I’m losing my family” #DONDA

Kanye singing “I’m losing my family” while Kim and the kids are in the crowd……….

or like Donda saying “don’t abandon your family” and he’s literally spent the last 18 months in WY -__- yikes

While Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are done for good, they are still excellent co-parents for their children and that is unlikely to change anytime soon.

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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