4 PM PT – Nick Cannon has responded to Kanye by inviting him to appear on "Wild 'n Out" to hash things out. Cannon also maintained that while he has never said anything disrespectful about his wife, Kim Kardashian, nobody can tell him what he can and cannot say.
The fire has awoken inside Kanye West and he claims to be thinking clearly for the first time in a long time, and he wants to address some of the stars who have publicly spoken on his family lately, especially Nick Cannon, Drake and Tyson Beckford.
Ye is walking through Chicago and started posting rants about stuff that was "not sitting right" with him lately. First he sets his sights on Cannon, who recently implied that the beef between Drake and Pusha-T started because Drake banged Kim Kardashian. In fact, fans thought that the KiKi in Drake's hit song, "In My Feelings," was actually about Kim.
Kanye says he's out of the "sunken place," and even though Cannon used to date Kim, he says, "Don't mention my wife," or imply that anyone "f*cked my wife."
He also tells Drake that if he wasn't medicated he would have told Pusha-T not to rip Drake and his illegitimate child, but he feels that Drake's team has been pushing the rumor that Drizzy slept with Kim. Ye says he would never make an album with a woman named "RiRi," and feels that KiKi was a shot.
Finally, he addressed Tyson Beckford, who had a war with Kim after she made a homophobic remark on his Instagram. Kanye says, "Don't speak on my wife bro," and then makes it crystal clear to all three men, "None of you speak on my wife, period. We are a family and I'm in love."
He is challenging all three stars to meet up and talk with him in person to settle up on their differences.
Ye is not playing.