- Kanye West is speaking out once more amid his separation from Kim Kardashian.
- The rapper sat down with Hollywood Unlocked recently, speaking candidly about her relationship with Pete Davidson, being a father to their kids, and even the lengths he'd gone to get an apparent second sex tape of the star with ex Ray J?
- Kim has since shut down the claims, with her rep saying: "Kim remains firm in her belief that there is no new second tape that exists."
Kanye West recently sat down with Hollywood Unlocked, doubling down on claims he previously made about ex-wife Kim Kardashian's new boyfriend Pete Davidson and the reality star keeping him from seeing his kids.
The couple, who share four children together, are currently going through a divorce, which took a messy turn after Ye started publicly airing his grievances – once in a new song, Eazy, and again when he claimed Kim had kept details from him regarding their daughter, Chicago's, birthday party.
Now, he tells Hollywood Unlocked's Jason Lee, connoting to a second sex tape – Kim and Ray J's infamous sex tape, you'll recall, was released in 2007: "How you gonna bring me to SNL and kiss the dude you dating right in front of me? And everybody's like, 'Oh, that's, that's cool.' After I went [and] got the laptop from Ray J myself that night, right?"
He added: "I met this man at the airport. Then got on a red eye came back, delivered it to her at 8 am in the morning and then I gave it to her and she cried when she saw it."
He recalls the moment, saying "it represents how much she's been used". "It represents how much people didn't love her and they just saw her as a commodity."
Kim Kardashian has since responded to the claims made by Kanye, with her rep telling E! News: "After review, there was nothing sexual unseen, only footage on the plane on the way to Mexico and footage at a club and restaurant on the same trip."
They added: "Kim remains firm in her belief that there is no new second tape that exists.
"After 20 years, she truly wishes to move on from this chapter with focus instead on the positive things she continues to do as a mother, entrepreneur and advocate for justice reform."