Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Kanye West Wants A ‘Public Apology’ From Drake, A Meeting With Jay-z, And More In Bizarre Rant About Fighting Against The Music Industry! - yuetu.info


The rapper went on yet another bizarre rant after returning to his Twitter account and this time around, he demanded a meeting with his former BFF, Jay Z, as well as a public apology from Drake! Here’s what Kanye West had to say!

Ye is once again gaining a lot of attention on social media over his posts.

Among other things, he made it very clear that will not be dropping any new songs before being released from his record contract, insisting that artists are like ‘slaves’ to their companies and more!

It appears that Kanye West is done talking about his personal life with wife Kim Kardashian.

Instead, he is on a mission to pretty much bring down the whole music industry!

While doing this, he also name dropped big artists such as Drake, JAY-Z and even Travis Scott.

It all started with a tweet that reads: ‘I’m not putting no more music out till I’m done with my contract with Sony and Universal…On God…in Jesus name…come and get me.’

Kanye then went on to demand a ‘publicly apology from J Cole and Drake to start with immediately…I’m Nat Turner…I’m fighting for us.’

Here, he was comparing himself to the slave leader who led a slave rebellion in Southampton County, Virginia, back in 1831.

He also tweeted, before deleting the post not too long after that ‘I’m waiting to meet with Sean Carter also.’ He then replaced it with: ‘My bad I meant Shawn [50 Cent’s real name]…no disrespect to my big bro.’

This rant comes after Kanye West, who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, opened up about his mental health on the Cannon’s Class podcast where he once again dropped Jay Z’s name.

‘So I’m thinking that people call me crazy so I am going to show them, I’m going to even show my big bro, Jay-Z, that I’m not crazy. I’m gonna show him that my value, you could be diagnosed and people can point fingers at you, and you can still be a citizen and you can still have value.’

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