Kim Kardashian slams Kanye West’s charity partner again

Kim Kardashian won’t back down in her feud with former Kanye West collaborator and Donda’s House co-founder Rhymefest.

The beef began on Saturday, when Rhymefest (real name Che Smith) blasted West, 40, for allegedly abandoning the charity they’d founded in West’s mother’s name. He also appealed to Drake — who’s currently beefing with West’s G.O.O.D Music artist Pusha T — to donate to Donda’s House.

Kardashian, 37, responded scathingly to Smith, claiming he wore “fake Yeezys” to see West in a recording studio just weeks earlier and asking the “Black Skinhead” rapper to donate to the foundation. She also claimed she’d “make it [her] mission” to have her children — North, 4, Saint, 2, and Chicago, 4 months — take over the charity.

Donda’s House responded by announcing they would change the name of the foundation following Kardashian’s Twitter spat.

The reality starlet continued to go to bat for West, who hasn’t publicly commented on the controversy, on Sunday.

“After several years of lack of performance from the organization and Kanye going through personal financial issues, he could no longer fund salaries,” she tweeted. “Rhymefest asked to take it over and Kanye agreed with no financial strings attached.”

“Kanye and Donda started a charity called Loop Dreams. When Donda passed, they changed the name to Donda’s House. Kanye paid Rhymefest a salary to run it,” she continued.

“Kanye gave his ‘friend’ an opportunity to run an organization on his own. So now that Kanye is being publicly shamed for not being involved makes no sense and, at this exact time, just seems very calculated,” Kardashian wrote.

The ferociously loyal Kardashian also insisted that while she supports uplifting communities, she “will never tolerate” someone using Donda’s name to shame West.

While Kardashian didn’t expound on what she meant by “this exact time,” she may be referring to the slew of negative publicity plaguing her husband in recent months.

West came under fire for alleging that slavery was a choice and admitted to having a breakdown in 2015 that stemmed from an opioid addiction and bipolar disorder. He also bitterly complained that former President Barack Obama didn’t do enough to help Chicago and gushed of his admiration and support for President Donald Trump.

Reps for Rhymefest and Donda’s House did not immediately return a request for comment about Kardashian’s tweets.

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