(AllHipHop News) Kanye West is known to get other people to help him write some of his lyrics.
But were Ye's most controversial lines of 2016 actually penned by someone other than the Chicago native?
In a new report published by The Sun, celebrity publicist Jonathan Hay supposedly claimed his client Cydel Young (aka Cyhi The Prynce) was actually the person behind the "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex. Why? I made that b-tch famous" lyrics on "Famous."
“The lyrics are written by Cydel. Kanye got all the backlash but he isn’t even the one who wrote them," Hay is quoted saying. "Cydel lays down the lines and Kanye will OK them and perform them."
Cyhi is credited as a writer on The Life Of Pablo track, and the G.O.O.D. Music artist is listed as a contributor to several other songs on the project including "Ultralight Beam," "Father Stretch My Hands Pt 1," and "Pt. 2."
Don't forget Cyhi defended his boss when news broke that Kanye's "All Day" single had 21 different writers.
The Atlanta area rapper said, "He ain’t think of these great ideas by himself. He’s getting inspired by different people. It’s a brainstorm. It’s a think tank."
"Famous" was the fuel that ignited the most recent round of back-and-forth disses between Kanye and Taylor Swift.
Ye's wife Kim Kardashian even jumped into the feud by exposing Taylor for "lying" about not knowing that Kanye would talk about her in the song.