You can blame Drake for starting this one.

On Friday, the Canadian rapper released a new track called 'Duppy Love' which took potshots at his fellow rappers Pusha T and Kanye West, with lines like: "Man, you might've sold to college kids for Nike & Mercedes / But you act like you sold drugs for Escobar in the '80s".

It led to Kanye collaborator Che 'Rhymefest' Smith - who co-founded the charity Donda's House, named after West's late mother - to reach out to Drake to 'help the part of Chicago that Kanye has abandoned'.

Naturally, Kim Kardashian took umbrage with the notion of her husband abandoning a charity, and jumped in to defend him (and also invent a new word, 'over levergenging'.

See the tweets below:


Kim then stepped back in to provide a bit of back story....