Kanye West’s highly anticipated album had been in the works for weeks, and its release on Sunday morning sent the internet and some of his fellow artists into a frenzy. While fans were ecstatic to hear ‘DONDA,’ Chris Brown was less than pleased with the release. Chris Brown took to his Instagram stories just hours after the release of ‘DONDA,’ with a few curious words intended towards Kanye West. Chris didn’t clarify, but a source close to the incident told The Shade Room that he was irritated that his verse was cut from one of the upcoming album’s songs. Chris commented, “Kanye a wile h*e,” and then followed up with, “Nah he tweakin.”
Chris was reportedly set to perform on the album’s number 18 single, “New Again,” but his verse was removed after the album was released without Ye’s approval. Soulja Boy also weighed in, alleging that he spit a verse for the album that wasn’t included in the final release. “I’m not sure how I feel about Kanye sending me that song ‘remote control,’ but I don’t hear my verse on it. Soulja tweeted, “Hmm f*ck that n*gga.” “This n*gga Kanye smh, smh, smh, smh, smh, s Please don’t hit my phone any longer, dude.
If you recall, Kanye claimed shortly after the album’s release that Universal had published it without his approval, which could explain the missing verses. “Universal released my record without my permission,” Ye wrote. “They also prevented Jail 2 from appearing on the album.”