Kanye West and Tremaine Emory are still at odds over the former’s recent comments about the late Virgil Abloh.

Earlier this week, Ye accused Bernard Arnault, CEO of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, of killing Virgil, who died in November 2021 after a battle with cancer. Shortly after posting the rant on social media, Emory, Supreme’s creative director, urged the rapper to not use the Virgil’s name as part of his “victim campaign” and alleged that Ye “rode on [Abloh] in group chats” and elsewhere.

“Ye tell the ppl why you didn’t get invited to Virgil’s actual funeral the one before the public one at the museum,” Emory said. “You knew Virgil had terminal cancer and you rode on him in group chats, at yeezy, interviews…YOU ARE SO BROKEN. KEEP VIRGIL NAME OUT YOUR MOUTH.”

On Friday, Kanye took to Instagram to share texts between him and Emory, as the pair discussed his relationship with Virgil.

Once again, Emory accused Kanye of riding Virgil, in addition to failing to mention why he wasn’t invited to Abloh’s funeral. 

“You still ain’t tell the people why you weren’t invited at Virgil’s private funeral,” he wrote. “Why you rode on him when you knew he was sick. That’s the ether. That’s the shit you can’t address. The shit you can’t live with. All the hate you spewed on your brother.”

Kanye responded by alleging he wasn’t aware Virgil had cancer, writing, “Virgil never said anything to me himself.”

From there, he admitted being jealous of Virgil, claiming that he was hurt about Abloh’s relationship with Drake.

“I’ve made mistakes,” Ye wrote. “I was jealous of Virgil. I felt betrayed by and lied to by Virgil. I felt he gave Drake the green diamond watch just to fuck with me. But I love Virgil too and I miss him.”

Read the full conversation below.