Sophie Brussaux just cut Kanye West way down to size.
With just a single sentence on Twitter.
The woman best known for having given birth to Drake's son a couple years ago has hilariously inserted herself into the ongoing rivalry between her ex-lover and his current rival.
This rivalry got underway late Thursday night after West shared a request from Drake to sample the beat in the Kanye-produced 2009 track “Say What’s Real.”
But Kanye was in no mood to hear from Drake, not after the artist insulted his Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 sneakers in a verse on French Montana hit track “No Stylist.”
With the flood gates now open in his mind, Kanye went ahead and unleashed a rather amazing rant, even for him.
He sent upwards of 80 Tweets in the direction of Drake.
How did Sophie get herself involved?
She saw her own opening after Ariana Grande mocked the Drake-Kanye beef by Tweeting yesterday:
“Guys, I know there are grown men arguing online [right now].
"But Miley and I dropping our beautiful, new songs tonight so if y'all could please [just] behave for just like a few hours so the girls can shine that'd be so sick thank [you]."
It was pretty much a perfect Tweet.
And then Brussaux left a nearly perfect Comment underneath, writing:
I would hardly call Kanye arguing with himself ‘grown men.
This is both funny and accurate.
Like we said, Kanye sent about 80 (yes, 80!) Tweets on the subject Thursday evening into Friday morning, while Drake responded with... silence.
Brussaux later posted a cryptic message to her Instagram Story, one we'd have to imagine was also directed at West:
“Pettiness and messiness hinder your blessings. Seriously. Spread love."
At various points in his rant against Drake, Kanye accused the singer of threatening his family members.
There's no real evidence of this, but Kim Kardashian took the side of her husband around 2:30 a.m. on Friday and also Tweeted at Drake.
If Drake somehow did utter a negative or menacing word about any of Kimye's three kids, we're very much on their side here.
But come on: Is anyone buying what this power couple is trying to sell here?
Prior to deleting all of his Drake-related messages, West himself seemed to offer the rapper an olive branch, writing on his official account:
"I’m up for talking. We need to show all of these fans that black men can@talk without someone ending up dead or in jail."
Yes. Sure. Absolutely. If this manufactured, one-sided argument can end with such an important message being sent, then we are all for it.
Mostly, however, we mostly feel about Kanye overall and, especially in this case, the same way Drake felt about his quasi rival's angry words last night:
Yup, we agree, dude.
We couldn't have said it better ourselves.