Kanye West has taken aim at his mentor Jay Z for failing to personally visit him and wife Kim Kardashian following her terrifying armed robbery ordeal.
The Stronger hitmaker got his start as a producer for Jay Z's Roc-A-Fella Records before embarking on his own rap career, but relations between the longtime pals have been particularly strained in recent years after Jay and his wife Beyonce decided against attending Kanye's European wedding to reality star Kim in 2014.
Kanye aired his latest grievances while onstage in Seattle, Washington on Wednesday night (19Oct16), accusing Jay of being a bad friend as he merely called to check in on West and Kardashian after Kim was bound, gagged, and robbed of jewelry and cell phones in Paris, France earlier this month (Oct16).
"Don't call me after the robbery and say, 'How you feelin'?'" he began. "You wanna know how I'm feelin'? Come by the house. Bring the kids by the house like we're brothers. Let's sit down."
In fan video footage of the onstage rant, an emotional Kanye went on to reveal their children have never even had a play date, despite the fact their daughters are close in age.
He continued, "I can't take this... bro. Our kids have never even played together."
Kanye, 38, also ruled out any plans for a follow-up to their hit joint album, 2011's Watch the Throne, declaring, "There will never be a Watch The Throne 2!"
His angry outburst came after he cut short a performance of Drake's Pop Style, which both Kanye and Jay had initially featured on.
Kanye claimed their verses were axed from the album version of the song due to an ongoing rivalry between Jay's streaming service Tidal and Apple Music, for which the Canadian hip-hop star is a spokesperson. Ironically, Kanye is among the co-owners of Tidal.
"I wasn't on this song because of Hov (Jay Z's nickname)," he complained to fans.
He then alleged Jay Z backtracked over his contribution to the tune due to Drake's ongoing feud with Meek Mill, who is dating another Tidal investor, Nicki Minaj: "Then Jay thought of (sic) it and out of respect for Meek Mill, he didn't want to be on the track."
Jay Z has yet to respond to Kanye's onstage attack.