Grammy-winning rapper Kanye West has fans waiting by the minute for his latest tweets. The hip-hop star returned to Twitter this week with a cryptic message about winning.
Kanye West’s Cryptic Tweet
On Thursday, Mr. West hit up Twitter – as always – to give his millions of followers some unexpected motivation. Without giving any type of context, Yeezy referenced having a goal of winning.
“THE GOAL IS TO WIN” -Kanye West’s Twitter
On Thursday, Ye went online with a priceless look at his first-born North West. Instead of getting deep and using a long-winded caption, Yeezy decided to use a gushy heart emoji to share his feelings for Nori.
“❤️” -Kanye West’s Twitter
It’s worth noting fans have waited for Kanye to drop his DONDA album since mid-July 2020. Prior to ghosting fans, Ye has kept fans pumped about the LP arriving around July 24.
Wait, There’s More
Speaking of children, Kanye recently used Twitter to speak on his stance against abortion. His tweets immediately sparked backlash from friend of the West family Larsa Pippen and his ex-girlfriend Amber Rose.
“Please stop telling women what to do with our bodies #slutwalk2021” -Amber Rose’s Instagram
“I want to tattoo this on my face” -Masika Kalysha
“If you don’t have a uterus, you shouldn’t have a say” -Larsa Pippen’s Twitter
Before You Go
Heading into last weekend, Kanye returned to Twitter to discuss some thoughts on the abortion topic. In addition to speaking on over 22.5 million abortions happening within the Black community alone, West also shared an article about Planned Parenthood.
“Over 22,500,000 black babies have been aborted over the past 50 years.” -Kanye West’s Twitter
The July 21, 2020 published New York Post story about Planned Parenthood of Greater New York centered its attention on controversy surrounding one of the pro-women’s choice organization’s founders Margaret Sanger. More specifically, Sanger reportedly supported selective breeding and had racist legacy.
“The removal of Margaret Sanger’s name from our building is both a necessary and overdue step to reckon with our legacy and acknowledge Planned Parenthood’s contributions to historical reproductive harm within communities of color,” Karen Seltzer, the chair of Planned Parenthood of New York, said in a statement. “Margaret Sanger’s concerns and advocacy for reproductive health have been clearly documented, but so too has her racist legacy.” The Planned Parenthood founder’s troubling embrace of eugenics — which was later practiced by the Nazis — has come into focus in recent years. (New York Post)