G.O.O.D. Music head Kanye West has cut all communication to the outside world in order to wrap up his new studio projects. Yeezy has revealed why he’s gone ghost on anyone with his digits.

Ye went to Twitter Tuesday (May 15) and announced he ditched his phone to get into hardcore studio mode.

Recently, Detroit rapper Royce Da 5’9 shared his take on Yeezy 2.0.

“Kanye, he a dude who I have the utmost respect for creatively. His personal views don’t bother me at all. This is a society and climate that’s moving so fast that you don’t have to see what you don’t want to see. You don’t have to listen to nothing you don’t want to listen to. Everything is on-demand. You can live in your own world and be completely happy. That’s your right as a fan. Unfortunately, there are people who are stuck to this man. They follow his every move and cling to his every word. He’s got to be responsible. I feel bad for them and I feel bad for Chicago. But in terms of my feelings towards him, he’s entitled to talk like that.” (Billboard)

Last week, rap star Meek Mill explained his stance toward Yeezy following headline-generating slavery comments.

“I saw a little clip where he was saying something that was extra from what they were showing on TV. And he was speaking on some things that were true. When he’s talking about slavery and people had a choice, though, I disagree 10,000 percent. I don’t know what he’s talking about. But I know that he’s trying to deliver a message for a better cause. What he’s trying to do. … I wish him the best. I’m not taking nothing from him. That’s somebody that inspired me. I’ve got my own battle to fight and I’m on some justice reform. I’m trying to free the slaves.” (“The Angie Martinez Show”)

A couple weeks ago, music icon Stevie Wonder called Ye’s words nothing less than foolishness.

“You know what? Honestly, if you know your history, you know that’s not true,. If you know the truth, you don’t listen to foolishness.” (TMZ)