Donda’s House Is Done. Rhymefest Parts Ways With Kanye & Kim

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Game over, Kim and Kanye.

After a messy Twitter beef, things have finally been settled and squashed (well, sort of) between Chi-town natives Kanye and Rhymefest. Donda’s House, the 501c3 charity co-founded by the two men, cultivated a learning and artistic environment for the at risk Chicago youth, but not anymore. The name of the foundation has been changed to The Art of Culture Incorporated. Rhymefest, also known as Che Smith, will continue the rich legacy and mission of what once was Donda’s House, but without Kanye and wife, Kim Kardashian, dipping her nose in any of its business.

If you didn’t read my last post on the topic, you can check it out here, but I’ll sum it up for you. Basically, Kim K tried to hex the old Kardashian curse on Rhymefest and Donda’s house–both things that her and her husband couldn’t care any less about. Rhymefest spoke the truth about something we all know–Kanye abandoned Chicago. Kim jumped the gun and came to the defense of her boo, ‘Ye. She tried to come for Rhymefest’s neck, but failed. Then, she proceed to get gassed up by her fans. The clownery! Afterwards, she decided to make a fool of herself and suggest that her kids take care of Donda’s House the way it should be. How’s that working out for you now, Kim? Feel salty, huh?

In light of this significant change and Kanye’s recent bold, political statements, Rhymefest has branched off from any affiliation with Kanye and his wife. Although some concerns have been raised, the non-profit organization has received lots of support as they make great efforts to move forward and make Dr. Donda West proud.

Not a tweet and not a peep has been heard from Kim or Kanye on the topic. Now, there’s absolutely nothing that Kim and Kanye can do. Afterall, it was the organization’s “choice” to change the name, kinda like “slavery.”

 

By Jada Daniel, Junior, Gwendolyn Brooks College Prep

Twitter: @tgijadaaa

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