You can’t talk to him.
Kanye West has spoken out about the constant backlash for social media comments, and thinks it’s a cleaning technique.
While talking to Tucker Carlson about how he has overcome his personal and professional issues of aging, he compared his Instagram stories to colonics, a procedure to remove tumor cells from the body. .
“When I’m following the revolutionary process, if I raise my voice on Instagram, it’s a colony and people say ‘Oh this is toxic,'” he said in the second episode of his interview with the Fox anchor. , released Friday night.
“I have to do everything to get it out of my body, and there are times when I see the level of abuse, and I’m like, ‘I’m not going to let you guys kill me.'”
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She also said that, on several occasions, she had to work to be heard by her alleged abusers, especially the Kardashian-Jenner family.
“I have to work like a total ass to get information about what my children are doing because of all the people who have control over all the children in the family,” she explained.
The rapper, 45, has been at loggerheads with ex-girlfriend Kim Kardashian over how to raise their four children — North, 9, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Song, 3 — since they broke up in February 2021 and let everyone know by posting it on social media.
More importantly, she has been concerned about how often she sees her children – only 20 percent of the time, with Kardashian taking care of the other 80 – and the school they attend.
You are encouraging for their children to divide their time between the school he chose and his Donda Academy.
However, in an interview with Carlson, he admitted that Kardashian let the children come to sing after their class in Sierra Canyon in California.
West’s latest Instagram uproar is bringing him back after he rocked a “White Lives Matter” T-shirt at his surprise Paris Fashion Week show.
Despite a number of celebrities coming together to explain why his T-shirt caused such a stir, sources close to the rapper told Page Six that he was confused by the negative response.
“He thinks this is a PC thing,” says one insider, “He wants to give voice to the other side’ [of the race debate in America].”
“He doesn’t know why people don’t see that,” they added.