Kanye West’s album Donda is in the news again for one of the songs, “Hurricane,” and its lyrics that suggest West cheated on ex-wife Kim Kardashian.

The fifth song in the album subtly hints at the betrayal in his lyrics:

“Here I go actin’ too rich/ Here I go with a new chick/ And I know what the truth is/ Still playing after two kids/ It’s a lot to digest when your life is always moving.” 

He also referenced the $60 million he shared with his wife and their four children.

Sources claim the song is “testimony” of everything he did wrong and is sorry for hurting Kardashian.

West references his ex in another song on the album, “Lord I Need You.” This song also includes lyrics hinting at cheating but this time possibly by Kardashian.

“When you said give me a ring, you really meant a ring, you really meant a ring huh?/ Turned out to be more than just a fling, huh?/ Three hours back to Palm Springs, huh?/ Who you know spend an hour in Walgreens, huh?

West and Kardashian West were married for seven years before she filed for divorce citing “irreconcilable differences.”

Their split hasn’t hindered their support for one another. Kardashian attended Donda listening parties with her children in hand and high-fashion looks and even participated in the most recent show. The former couple faced each other and re-enacted their vows while the song, “No Child Left Behind” played in the background. Kardashian had her face covered with a white veil and was wearing a wedding dress. On Instagram, Kardashian posted the songs she was listening to from Donda, showing support for her ex-husband.

West had been linked with model Irina Shayk but their relationship only lasted two months. Kardashian has not been linked to anyone since her divorce.

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