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Among the telling posts, the ‘Runaway’ rapper labelled Khloe’s ex Tristan Thompson, Kourtney’s ex Scott Disick and Kylie’s partner, Travis Scott ‘c** donors’ while recruiting them for the never-ending West-Kardashian war.
He wrote: “Calling my fellow c** doners (sic) We in this 2gthr (together).”
In the next slide, it reveals that the musician also googled the term with the headline 'Become a Sperm Donor - Earn Up To $1500' popping up in the search engine.
But Ye wasn’t done yet as he shared private text messages that appear to be between him and his ex-wife.
One of the threads shows a message from 'Kim', who was passing on a message from her mother, Kris, to stop mentioning her name in the media.
“From my mom - PLEASE,” the text read.
“Tell him to please stop mentioning my name. I’m almost 67 years old and I don’t always feel great and this stresses me to no end.”
"Can u please stop," another message reads.
To which West responded: “No.”
He added: “We need to talk in person. You don’t have say so of where the kids go to school. Why you get say say. Cause you half white?”
In another message, Ye also appeared to tell Kardashian he wanted their children to be educated at his own Donda Academy rather than making ‘sex tapes’, an apparent dig at Kardashian’s past.
West responded: "Tell your Clinton friends to come get me. I’m here."
The rapper launched another attack on Pete Davidson, who Kardashian recently separated from, in the slew of online attacks.
He wrote: “Ask Pete how those tattoos of my kids [are] doing at the trauma unit.”
Yesterday, West officially returned to social media after going on a brief hiatus following the star cancelling his performance at Coachella.
However, the musician has gone on countless tirades to denounce Kardashian and Davison.
Earlier in August, Ye also shared a since-deleted faux New York Times cover announcing that the former SNL actor had died at 28.
Just below the headline, it reads, ‘Kid Cudi meant to play funeral but fearful of bottle throwers,’ an apparent reference to the rapper's recent Rolling Loud performance when bottles were hurled at the rapper.