Kris Jenner, the mother of Kim Kardashian, is reportedly upset at her daughter's rapper boyfriend Kanye West for speaking about the infamous home video that contributed to their family's fame.
West, 35, recently rapped about Kardashian's home video in his song "Clique" which also features rappers Jay-Z and Big Sean.
"My girl a superstar all from a home movie," West rapped on the record.
However, sources close to Jenner reportedly told Radaronline.com that the Kardashian matriarch was unhappy with West's choice to include her daughter's controversial past in his music.
"She thinks it's a disrespectful claim and told Kanye to stop talking about it at every given opportunity," the source reportedly told the website. "By bringing up the past, Kanye is making it worse for Kim, but he doesn't see it as that much of a big deal."
While Jenner is unhappy with West's lyrics concerning her 31-year-old daughter, Kardashian may be stuck in the middle of their differences. Kardashian is reportedly having trouble choosing sides between Jenner, her manager and mother, and her rapper boyfriend.
"Kim is, however, caught in the middle. She wants her mom and Kanye to get along because she wants Kris to approve their marriage," the source said. "She won't if Kanye keeps doing things like this."
Still, Kardashian seems to think West is her perfect match.
Kardashian appeared on "The View" last week where she was asked if she was planning on marrying West.
"Technically I'm still married," Kardashian said. "In a perfect world, when you find someone, you know, when you find someone who is your perfect match …"
Host Barbara Walters decided to interrupt Kardashian to inquire about West being "the one."
"I think so," Kardashian responded. "I definitely think any [relationship] I'm in now would be a permanent relationship."