Did Julia Fox shade Kim Kardashian, Pete Davidson? Kanye's diss track feature her vocals

A fan account shared an image of the people credited for the background vocals on Ye's 'Eazy' and Julia Fox's name was listed


                            Did Julia Fox shade Kim Kardashian, Pete Davidson? Kanye's diss track feature her vocals
Julia Fox reportedly shades Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson (Mike Coppola/Getty Images, Santiago Felipe/Getty Images, Presley Ann/Getty Images for ABA)

Kanye West fans are convinced that Julia Fox's voice was featured on his new song 'Eazy,' just to "shade" Kim Kardashian and her new boyfriend Pete Davidson. A snippet of what fans deemed "Julia's vocals" was shared on a fan account on Twitter. "Julia Fox participated in 'EAZY'," the caption said, adding that it was Fox who says "WHO?" after Kanye's lyrics, "God saved me from the accident, just so I could beat Pete Davidson's ass".

Another fan account shared an image of the people credited for the background vocals and Julia Fox's name was listed there. The text under the image stated: "Julia Fox was the one that said 'Who?' after the Pete Davidson line." However, it is not clear if the actress actually took part in the making of the song. Davidson was caught kissing Kardashian during the 'Aladdin' skit on 'Saturday Night Live' back in October 2021. Since then, according to the celebrity rumor mill, they have been dating each other.



 



 

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The diss track was mainly aimed at Kanye West's reality star wife and the mother of their four children, Kim Kardashian, who filed for divorce from the rap artist back in February 2021. The hitmaker rapped: “I got love for the nannies, but real family is better. The cameras watch the kids. Y'all stop takin' the credit."

In another verse, he also seemed to be referencing the house he bought across the street from Kim’s mansion back in December 2021. The lyrics stated: "Boujee and unruly, y'all need to do some chores. Rich a** kids, this ain't yo mama's house. Non-custodial dad, I bought the house next door. What you think the point of really bein' rich for?”

According to Page Six, a source close to Julia recently claimed that she enjoyed the rap star's latest track. She apparently does not want to "cause more drama for Ye." The insider added: "He's an artist and this is how he chooses to express himself. She can't judge that." Julia "loves" his new track because her presence in Ye's life is "implied" in the lyrics, the insider mentioned. Kanye hinted at his new relationship as he sang: "My new b**ch bad. I know Illuminati mad," the People magazine reported. 

Kanye West under fire for assaulting fan 

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Just days before his diss track was released, where he fantasized about hitting Pete Davidson, Kanye West came under fire for assaulting a fan in California. On January 13, Kanye attended a star-studded party with Fox and suffered an angry meltdown later in the night. He was caught on camera punching an autograph-seeker around 3 am in the morning, at South Santa Fe Avenue and Bay Street in downtown Los Angeles, outside the Soho Warehouse.

Cops are now investigating Ye in connection with the incident. In the video footage of the incident, the man, attacked by the rapper, can be seen laid out on the street as Ye yells at people around him. After leaving a club with Julia Fox, he also reportedly yelled at a woman in public, whom TMZ identified as his cousin.

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