Kanye West has been at the center of unnecessary attention since he started tweeting recently.
From the news of his album release to Nas and Cudi and more recently his rants about his management situation and rants about his support for Donald Trump, his timeline has become a meeting place of sorts.
be fearless. Express what you feel not what you’ve been programmed to think.
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) April 21, 2018
Some of the tweets at first were motivational and by Kanye’s standards, being a genius and being influential; alongside talks about music and fashion. Lately, however, his twitter now features his desires to be the most influential person to ever exist and talks about free thinking and aligning with who or whatsoever works for you.
With weeks leading to his album release, some fans are already disappointed at the G.O.O.D Music boss while some others are buzzing at the possibility of a continuation of his rants in musical form. For the past few days, Yeezy has been the center of attention on twitter. From throwing shots at Nike to his support for Trump and criticizing Obama’s tenure and lately tweeting texts from concerned people.
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) April 25, 2018
Where is this headed to ?
We at MusicPlug Africa believe it’s all a ploy to promote his upcoming double album. On a lighter note, West’s affiliation with Trump is a pathetically ironic situation, remember back when he called George Bush out by saying he doesn’t care about black people, oh well we like to think that Trump cares about Black people. It feels like his sudden appeal to Trump is an attempt at a close imitation of the relationship Jay-Z had with Obama.
Justin Bieber, BTS, The Weeknd, Rihanna, Ariana Grande, Harry Styles, Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj, and Kendrick Lamar are among the musicians who have unfollowed the rapper in the wake of his comments.
Whatever the case is, Ye definitely needs some mental check.