Kris Humphries is finally firing back at Kim Kardashian's new beau, Kanye West.

After signing a new deal with the Brooklyn Nets, Humphries took to twitter to respond to West's song, which was dropped back in April.

In the song, Kanye says, And I'll admit, I fell in love with Kim,'Round the same time she fell in love with him, Well that's cool baby girl, do your thing, Lucky I ain't have Jay drop him from the team.

The last line in the graph is an obvious shot at Humphries, who was Kardashian's love interest at the time.

Jay refers to West's close friend and business partner Jay-Z, who is part owner of the Brooklyn Nets and basically Kris Humphries's boss.

After re-signing with the Nets, Humphries tweeted out to his fans on Tuesday, July 17, I'm up at Brooklyn! @S_C_ lucky I didn't have Jay drop me from the team lol! Jay-Z goes by the Twitter handle @S_C_.

And apparently Humphries is laughing all the way to the bank, because while the Nets opted to not reveal the term of the breakout stars new deal, a source close to the situation told ESPN.com's Marc Stein that Humphries agreed to a two-year, $24 million contract.

Kris has been a very consistent player for us over the past two years, Nets general manager Billy King said in a statement. He has developed into one of the top rebounding forwards in the league, and we are very pleased to welcome him back.

The deal is a significant step up in the money chain considering the 27-year-old played the 2012 season on a one-year, $8 million contract. In the end, it looks like being away from Kim worked out better for Humphries who averaged career highs of 13.8 points and 11.0 rebounds per game in the time after the well-publicized split.

Humphries, an eight-year veteran of the NBA, was drafted with the 14th overall pick by the Utah Jazz in the 2004 draft and has career averages of 6.7 points and 5.5 rebounds.

Having yet to divorce from the Keeping Up With The Kardashian's star, the 6-foot-9 Humphries had been rumored to be part of the complicated trade talks that failed to bring Dwight Howard to Brooklyn, according to ESPN.com