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Posted July 04, 2017

Courtesy of TIDALKanye West may have severed his business relationship with JAY-Z's Tidal for good.

This comes about a month after West had his lawyers sent Tidal a letter stating that his contract had been breached and that the famous rapper was walking away from the partnership.

Yeezy is also reportedly waiting for a bonus check from Tidal following the one-and-a-half million new subscribers he secured for the company thanks to his Life of Pablo album release a year ago, along with music video reimbursements.

According to TMZ, West's decision to split from his frequent collaborator's company predates the release of Jay Z's new album, 4:44, in which he trashed the husband of Kim Kardashian.

Kanye West and Jay-Z's bromance may finally be over.

Neither Kanye or Tidal have spoken publicly about this issue.

As he explained in a video review that looked like something your stoner dad would send you, "I don't got Tidal, so a n-- had to bootleg it to me".

However, part of the ongoing money dispute at Tidal includes West not being able to go to another streaming service, lest he face a possible legal action.

Tidal is now threatening to sue if Kanye jumps ship, and Kanye is threatening to sue right back.

However, insiders say Tidal is refusing to pay because Kanye allegedly hasn't delivered all of the videos promised in his contract.

Sources continue to tell TMZ that Kanye didn't receive the bonus he was meant to when his album Saint Pablo attracted 1.5 million new subscribers to Tidal. Those wishing to hear the rapper-entrepreneur's new 4:44 album can still hear it only on Tidal, and only if they are a Sprint customer.

Tidal is understood to have had an exclusive agreement with West and could sue if he joins another service.

Back in November, Kanye publicly singled out JAY-Z during a live show.