Kanye West's Ye presents a shift in his perspective towards women on several accounts, but he is no less cutting. Take "All Mine" as a prime example of even the most sacred institutions being open for business. Kanye West has on record stated his disrepute for Tristan Thompson, suggesting he wanted to punch him square in the face. Better judgement prevailed in the end, as Kanye decided to mock him on wax instead of going the route of a sizable mismatch. Kanye raps: "All these thots on Christian Mingle-That’s what almost got Tristan single-If you don’t ball like him or Kobe-Guarantee that bitch gon' leave you."

Evidently Tristan Thompson isn't close to Kobe in terms of skill or reputation, but Kanye doesn't know any different. Yeezy basically says that if it were not for Tristan's status as a pro basketball player, he would have gotten the axe from Khloe. The rest of "All Mine" still reads like a character defense in light of charges he has become superficial in his day-to-day life. Bear in mind, Tristan Thompson isn't the only person facing criticism on Kanye's new album Ye. Just wait and you will see.

Khloe's family, including Brother-in-law Kanye West, have effectively excluded Tristan Thompson from family affairs, but remain faithful to he baby he helped pioneer. The youngest née Kardashian almost famously nixed the Thompson name from her baby's birth certificate, to give you a fair idea. Kanye seems to think Tristan Thompson should be standing on shakier ground. His argument hinges on a world view he adopted well before his first heartache.