Back in April, Kanye West released his "Cold" single in April (previously titled "Theraflu" and "Way Too Cold") that featured an apparent dig at Kim Kardashian's soon-to-be ex-husband Humphries. The 27-year-old NBA player didn't respond -- until now!
Humphries signed a two-year deal for a reported $24 million on Tuesday to remain with the Brooklyn Nets, according to ESPN. To celebrate, he tweeted Tuesday, "I'm up at Brooklyn! . . . 'lucky I didn't have Jay drop me from the team.' "
The athlete seemed to reference Nets co-owner Jay-Z in his tweet. West, 35, featured a similar line about his close friend and collaborator, Jay-Z, in his "Cold" track, rapping, "Lucky I ain't had Jay drop him from the team." He implied he could have Kardashian's ex fired from the team.
The rapper also caved and got a private cell phone for Kardashian. West "doesn't like to be tied down by technology," a source told Us, adding the hip hop star didn't have a cell before dating Kardashian.
"It frustrated Kim," adds the insider. "She had to call him through a bodyguard."
So West got a secret phone and "he only uses it for Kim!"