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Did Kanye West Write a Wendy Williams Diss Track?

The beef between Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa might be a thing of the past, but there’s some fresh meat brewing between Yeezy and Wendy Williams.

Last week the talk show host blasted Kim Kardashian’s husband while talking about the Wiz, Kanye, and Amber trifecta.

Williams commented on Kim and Kanye’s marriage on-air stating,“I’m embarrassed for Kim but, Kim, I think you’re more into the image of what it looks like to be married to what you think is a man than anything else. I’m embarrassed for you. This is shameful.”

READ: And Then Kanye West Son’d Wiz Khalifa on Twitter!

Well Kanye wasn’t feeling Wendy’s shade and supposedly got in his feelings to write a diss track for his upcoming album, Waves.

Daily Mail is reporting that West remixed the Aerosmith classic “Dude (Looks Like A Lady)” last weekend and used some lines to take shots at the talk show host.

Inside sources quoted some of the lyrics as:

“You obsessed with me/Keep testing me/You may be wearing dresses, but you a man like me/Got bigger hands than me/Let me see, your birther please/A dude in a wig that really wanna be me!”

The source is also saying that Kim is trying to use all of her Kardashian charm to persuade Yeezy not to release it. Considering that the lines can easily come off as trans-phobic and Kanye has a second mother in law who would probably take offense, it only makes sense for Kim to disapprove.

According to the insider, “Kim was concerned that Caitlyn would be offended by the record – it would appear as though Kanye was in some way attacking that movement instead of just targeting Wendy.”

READ: Kanye Releases Tracklist for Upcoming Album and Everyone Went Nuts!

It doesn’t seem like anyone has heard the track yet, so really there’s no way to prove that it exists, but something this petty doesn’t seem too far fetched for Kanye.

The question is will it make it to Waves and if it does, does Wendy Williams deserve it for her comments?

Are you Team Wendy or Team Kanye? Or does everyone need to chill? Sound Off! 

Ariel Leconte

Ariel Leconte

Ariel is the Associate Editor of Jawbreaker and creator of Revolutionary In Pink Pumps blog. She is equally obsessed with social justice, lipstick, culture, and red wine.