Kanye West seemed to have another Twitter meltdown after he called out Drake and swore not to release new music.
It looked like Kanye West was over revealing private details about his family and now had his eyes on the business and fellow rappers. In his latest Twitter outburst, Kim Kardashian’s husband mentioned several music artists and took shots at the music industry.
West went on another Twitter rant
West said a lot about the music industry. For him, artists were “slaves” to their record companies.
In addition, despite teasing a new album earlier, he seemed to have a change of mind.
“I’m not putting no more music out till I’m done with my contract with Sony and Universal,” he said. “On God…in Jesus name…come and get me.”
He then demanded a public apology from Drake and J Cole for an unrevealed reason, HollywoodLife noted.
“I need a publicly apology from J Cole and Drake to start with immediately,” the 45-year-old rapper continued. “I’m Nat Turner… I’m fighting for us.”
West referenced Turner, a Black slave who led a rebellion in Southampton County, Virginia, in 1831.
There was no known beef between the fashion mogul and Drake today. However, they seemed to feud earlier this year when the 33-year-old singer-songwriter collaborated with Future for his music Life Is Good.
In a quickly-deleted tweet, West said he was “waiting to meet with Sean Carter.” However, he later cleared that he meant Shawn, which was Jay-Z’s real name.
“My bad I meant Shawn…no disrespect to my big bro,” he explained.
The two have been having a beef since the Yeezy designer went on a “series of concert rants” against Beyonce’s husband in 2016.
“I’m not industry bro…I don’t care… I’m in service to Christ,” West continuously tweeted. “We need world healing…miss my brothers…I refuse to argue with black men on labels we don’t own…even twitter.”
The love for his brothers, friends
In the continuation of his long Twitter rant, West said he had the “utmost respect for all his brothers.”
“We need to link and respect each other… no more dissing each other on labels we don’t own,” he explained. “I’m sure Steve Stoute was hurt that he didn’t do the McDonald’s deal.”
The deal went to Travis Scott, who he called a good man, Variety reported.
“My brothers let’s rise up … we don’t even own these companies,” he continued. “Let’s stop killing each other … let’s show God that we are Gods people.”
West then admitted that his ego got the best of him, too. But, he stressed God never measured anyone with money.
Kanye West then asked everyone to love each other, expressing his love for his brothers and missing his friends.
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