According to reports, Lansky has penned an open letter to Ye with the offer after getting shouted out during the rap star's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" appearance this week. "'Clark, let that new "XTCY" joint go!'" West retweeted the link soon afterward.
"I mean, you've so famously and so powerfully said George (W.) Bush doesn't care about black people", Kimmel said to West. "I'm reading that I was stumped by a question", he tweeted.
The move created a bit of a media storm, and Kanye has since taken to social media to claim he was simply not given enough time to answer, and needed more time to think. "Let me clarify the click bait".
"That interview showed strong personalities with different opinions having a civil conversation", he continued. When I see people even, like, go at the president, it's like. why not try love?
In this December 13, 2016, file photo, then-President-elect Donald Trump and Kanye West pose for a picture in the lobby of Trump Tower in NY.
After West's debacle on TMZ where he alluded to slavery being a choice, the artist took to Twitter and posted a quote from Harriet Tubman in an effort to better support his point.
The song boasts a set of wildly off colour remarks, including: "You got sick thoughts?"
It's called "XTCY" and it involves West rapping about how he "would smash" all four sisters of wife Kim Kardashian.
"Liberals can't bully me; news can't bully me; the hip-hop community, they can't bully me". I got more of 'em.
Tatum praised West on "Fox & Friends" for not backing away from his Trump support.