After Lemonade was released, you'd really think any person with the tiniest bit of sense would think twice before trying to mess with Beyonce.
But the Kardashian in-law and sometime rapper Kanye West, as we've learned time and time again, does not have the tiniest bit of sense.
He has no sense. He has negative sense.
And so when he went after Jay Z earlier this week during his big sad concert rant, he probably didn't even consider the possibility that Queen Bey could come for him.
Lord, what fools these mortals be ...
To recap, Jay Z hurt Kanye's feelings and he told the world about it during a show on Wednesday night. He was upset about some "Tidal/Apple bullsh-t," and the "politics" of Jay's music.
Kanye said that he and Jay recorded verses for a Drake song, but that Jay wouldn't let Drake use them because Meek Mill is signed on his record label, and Drake and Meek Mill are mortal enemies.
If it all sounds kind of complicated, just go ahead and check out the personal issues Kanye got into.
"I can't take this sh-t, bro!" he cried out in such emotional turmoil.
"Our kids ain't never even played together."
Yes, he vaguely brought up America's princess, Blue Ivy, to make a point about how much they've drifted apart, and that just sounds like a bad idea.
Kanye also referenced Kim's awful Paris ordeal, saying "Don't call me, after the robbery, and say 'How you feeling?' You wanna know how I'm feeling?"
"Come by the house. Bring the kids by the house like we brothers."
It feels too personal, right? Like this is the kind of thing that should be shared over a phone call or even in a journal, not to thousands of strangers.
And Beyonce agrees.
According to a new report from HollywoodLife, "Beyonce is frustrated and disappointed in Kanye for calling them out like this."
"They've been friends with Kanye for a long, long time, if he has issues with them, he can call them up and they can talk about it in private."
Apparently, Beyonce "thinks he should be home taking care of Kim, not putting his energy into this kind of childish negativity."
"After all the pain and suffering the Paris robbery caused, Bey really doesn't think the world needs them feuding."
That fits pretty well with what we've already heard from a source close to Jay Z, who claimed that "Jay can't stand him," and that he "doesn't want that much to do with him."
The source stated that Jay "looks at him as this crazy, eccentric motherf-cker he can tolerate in small doses. Kanye is a nut job. Everyone knows that."
What a mess.
The thing is that when Kanye feels his feelings, he really feels them, you know?
If he's happy with someone, he's going to send them a wall of roses. If he's upset with someone, he's going to tell the world about it, literally.
That's just the way he is, and that's the way he's always been.
If Bey and Jay made the choice to be friends with him in the first place, they should have accepted that as part of the crazy-ass deal. At the very least, they should be able to just shake their heads and go "oh, Kanye!" at this latest stunt.
A Kanye rant is nothing to get all bent out of shape over. Take the high road, Carter family.