Recording artist Kanye West attends the NBA basketball game between Miami Heat and Los Angeles Lakers at the Staples Center in Los Angeles in this December
Recording artist Kanye West attends the NBA basketball game between Miami Heat and Los Angeles Lakers at the Staples Center in Los Angeles in this December 25, 2010 photo. Rapper Kanye West pushes the boundaries of hip hop with his latest album "Yeezus," using aggressive electro-dance music beats to channel his anger and win over critics, who have called the record "daring" and "ambitious." REUTERS/Danny Moloshok/Files (DANNY MOLOSHOK)

Kanye West is in trouble. Again. 

According to TMZ, West is being slammed as "ignorant" and "distasteful" over a song on his new album that uses Parkinson's disease as a punch line.

The song is called "On Sight," and includes the lyric, "A monster about to come alive again/Soon as I pull up and park the Benz/We get this b*tch shaking like Parkinson's."

TMZ reported the American Parkinson Disease Association is understandably upset. The group's Vice President Kathryn Whitford told the website, "We find these lyrics distasteful and the product of obvious ignorance."

The APDA has existed for more than 50 years and is the largest organization in the country dedicated to helping those with Parkinson's and finding a cure.

So far, no one from West's camp has figured out how to spin this and offer a comment.