Kanye West calls himself 'the new Moses' in latest Twitter rant

Brenda Watkins
September 15, 2020

"I need a publically apology from J Cole and Drake to start with immediately".

One read: "Let's stop killing each other. let's show God that we are Gods people.my ego gets the best of me too".

Kanye West is demanding a public apology from both Drake and J. Cole. Nor did he enumerate the commonalities between himself and the iconic slave rebel. He said he's "not gonna watch my people be enslaved", saying the "music industry and the National Basketball Association are modern day slave ships".

The 43-year-old rapper, who is running for president as an independent in the 2020 election, says that he won't release new music until he is released from his record contract. "On God ... in Jesus name ... come and get me". He also added, "I'm waiting to meet with [Shawn] Carter also", referring to Jay-Z.

He continued: "I'm not industry bro ..."

In the since-deleted posts seen by Variety, West claimed that he was the "2nd richest black man in America" and that he would not be releasing music until he was released from his contract with Sony and Universal.

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But the fact that Mr. Kim Kardashian had the gall to compare himself to larger-than-life historical figures irked social media users to no end, and they came after him. I don't care. I'm in service to Christ. we need world healing.

He vowed that his children with Kim Kardashian - North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm - are "gonna own my masters".

West ended the conversation saying, "I'm not open to any form of business with Universal or Sony". "I love my brothers and I miss my friends. real talk". God doesn't measure us by money in his kingdom ... let's love each other...

Stoute, 50, previously declared, "I don't want Black people voting for Kanye West", on "The Boardroom: Out of Office" podcast.

That tweet was quickly deleted, only for West to apologise for misspelling his name.

West tweeted of Stoute, who is a music executive and Knicks branding specialist, "Steve Stoute is a good man. this is my brother".

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