Aside from the misleading lyrics, the song claimed that Ye had never returned to her multi-million dollar property and revealed that she was fighting alcoholism. Heated by rumors, he reads too much. In fact, there is no basis for any of these claims, since alcoholics are no more selfish or angry than the general population. These are simply myths created and perpetuated by Alcoholics Anonymous.
The “Big Book” and the “12×12” are riddled with degrading references to alcoholics, as is the vocabulary of any unconditional 12-step. Choose a pejorative and there's a good chance you'll hear it applied to alcoholics as a group. The song also alludes to West, 44, who will never return to his multi-million dollar mansion and fought against alcohol abuse. When Marty Mann formed the NCA, and lobbied for the famous “disease” designation, his reasoning was that such a designation would remove the “moral stigma” of alcoholism.
While West's presidential run and Twitter tirades took their toll on marriage, his infidelity and struggles with alcohol also strained the relationship. Instead of the individual considering continuous alcoholism as a moral failure (bad enough in 26% of himself), it is now also a SPIRITUAL FAILURE.