Kanye West loves bragging about being with Kim Kardashian, and he has no problem rubbing it in her exes’ faces. The 36-year-old disses NFL player Reggie Bush, who dated Kardashian for several years, and NBA player Kris Humphries, whom she infamously married for 72 days, in his latest song.

The rap song, “I Won,” is Future’s latest single, and on his verse, West raps, “You the number one trophy wife/So it’s only right to live the trophy life,” before saying, “I made it over NBA, NFL players/So every time I score it’s like the Super Bowl.”

In 2010, Kardashian and Bush reportedly split due to her work commitments. "Her fame is just a little too much for him to handle," a source told Us Weekly. "She travels the world and has created brands. He just can't keep up.”

In 2012, Kardashian and Humphries married, but the couple was married for only 72 days before filing for divorce. Last April, they finally settled their divorce case. The divorce battle was been a bitter one, as Humphries sought to prove that Kardashian married him only as a publicity stunt, and he wanted the marriage to be annulled.

This is not the first time West has referenced Humphries in a rap song. In 2012, West first publicly professed his love for Kardashian and dislike for the NBA player in his song “Cold.”  "And I'll admit, I had fell in love with Kim/Around the same time she had fell in love with him/Well that's cool, baby girl, do ya thang/Lucky I ain't had Jay drop him from the team."

West is implying in his lyrics that his "big brother" Jay-Z could have had Humphries kicked off the team, as the hip-hop mogul was a minority owner of the Nets at the time and Humphries was a Nets player. Humphries never was dropped from the team, and ended up signing a $24 million deal with them instead. He did end up being traded to the Boston Celtics in 2013, however.