Kanye West pees on Grammy award, Tweets his entire Record Contract

Kanye West pees on Grammy award, Tweets his entire Record Contract

Kanye West pees on Grammy award, Tweets his entire Record Contract

Kanye West has shared a video of him peeing on Grammy award after which he tweeted relentlessly about his record contract. Earlier this week, he denounced the contracts being provided by Sony and Universal Music Group, comparing himself to Moses in the process.

Before posting the video, Kanye called on fellow musicians for support. “Bono can I get a retweet,” he wrote. “Love you Paul can I get a retweet. Love you Drake, Kendrick [Lamar], even Taylor [Swift]. We need you right now.”

Kanye West peeing on Grammy award video below

Kanye also posted Hit-Boy‘s Instagram post, which explained his issues with Kanye, but also agreed with West’s accusations of Universal offering predatory publishing deals.

According to CNN’s senior media reporter Oliver Darcy, Kanye West was put on notice by Twitter and reportedly restricted from tweeting any further after ‘Ye shared a screenshot of Forbes Chief Content Officer’s Randall Lane’s contact information including a phone number. “If any of my fans want to call a white supremacist… This is the editor of Forbes,” Ye tweeted.

Darcy wrote, “Twitter is requiring @kanyewest to remove a tweet sharing private info about @RandallLane (which Twitter has hidden from public view for now) to regain access to his account. Until then, he cannot tweet.”

In a tweet that followed, he added that this is simply Twitter’s policy when someone, you know, tries doxing someone else. “Also, FWIW, this is how Twitter always enforces its rules. The company hides tweets that break its rules from public view, and locks the account until the owner logs on and removes the tweet,” Darcy added.

Related Articles:  Kanye West’s Sunday Service Returns With Covid-Safe Wyoming Mountains Gathering

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.