Kanye “Ye” West posted the photo after Emmett Till’s civil rights debacle to Instagram on Tuesday alongside a lengthy antisemitic rant against Endeavor CEO Ari Emanuel.
“You tried to bank me and adidas at the same time… You tried to destroy my life after all the money I made for the ‘business’,” the rapper wrote on an Instagram post on Sunday, saying to use the word “business people” instead of “the Jewish people”. “Now everyone knows how much power you have ‘Business’ people.”
The news comes as the saga between Ye and Emanuel continues after Emanuel wrote an op-ed for the Financial Times earlier this month saying the rapper’s mental health challenges are not will stop his bad words.
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“Millions of people who suffer from mental illness do not have negative thoughts,” the CEO of Endeavor, who is Jewish, wrote, urging companies to sever ties with the artist because of his bad words. “Some may dismiss his words as just words, but bad words can easily lead to bad deeds.”
In response, Ye sent a message to Emanuel saying, “Mr. Emanuel, I lost 2 billion dollars in one day and I’m still alive,” West said. “This is a love story. I still love you. God still loves you. Money is not who I am. The people are who I am.”
Amid the controversy, the artist’s private school Donda Academy abruptly closed Thursday — a move that sparked a post targeting Emanuel.
“Lord Emanuel,” the announcement began. “Can you find a place for the children of Donda Academy in a school that is zoned for a school? About 60 children have no place to stay as they look to transition.
The artist continued by saying, “This is what the #Blackmirror campaign looks like after the modern world … the kids just don’t end up,” before identifying “economic background,” “background digital” and “bank my social credit account” for example. of “war.” There is no mention of Till in the post, but there are references to a “lynching.”
He then pleaded with Emanuel’s younger brother, former Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel, to help save the school, which he described as “broken.[es] poor kids from everywhere.” “Rahm…You are a very strong ‘Business’ person,” he wrote. “Here I am…The richest black man in the world asking anyone who destroying me to help these Children…”
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