In the track called “Facts,” which was released exclusively on SoundCloud, Kanye West takes multiple shots at Nike.
If you recall, West left Nike in 2013 to partner with Adidas and on the track, West referenced it, saying, “Yeezy, Yeezy, Yeezy just jumped over Jumpman,” on the hook.
If that’s not enough, one line in particular that caused a lot of controversy was when West said, “Nike Nike treat employees just like slave\Gave LeBron a billi’ not to run away.”
The Chicago MC also touched on major events this year, including Kim Kardashian’s Kimoji app shutting down the Apple app store, Bill Cosby’s legal woes, and much more.
Although Michael Jordan hasn’t released a statement, his son Marcus Jordan jumped into the fray with his own emoji-filled tweet laughing the whole thing off.
You can listen West’s new track “Facts” below: