"We in no way endorse or approve of the references or use of the image and likeness of Theraflu in this manner," A Theraflu Company representative told TMZ.
According to Ye's newest collaborative track with DJ Kahled, Theraflu is not just a relief for stuffy and sneezing, but a treatment for all his those haters that dare to hate on Kanye himself.
"Way too cold, I promise you'll need some Theraflu," West raps on the Hit-Boy produced track. "So cold I need Theraflu, I'm so high I need parachutes."
While the Theraflu statement includes legal libel buzz words like "image" and "likeness," the reps did not threaten to sue the rapper, according to TMZ. The over-the-counter brand was actually already featured in Lil Wayne's hit "Sweet Dreams."
Ye's new anti-hater banger has already turned a few heads since the song features a confession of the rapper's love for reality-star Kim Kardashian - and a few jabs at her soon-to-be-ex-husband Kris Humphries. The pseudo-love song broke across the internet Wednesday conveniently at the same time West was spotted out in New York City with the reality star.
Theraflu is not the only critic of Kanye's latest anthem. West also came under fire from animal rights activists because of the song's lyrics, "Someone tell PETA my mink is draggin' on the floor"
"What's draggin' on the floor is Kanye's reputation as a man with no empathy for animals or human beings," said PETA senior vice president Dan Matthews in a statement Thursday to the Wall Street Journal.