Rapper and presidential candidate Kanye West has again unleashed on his family in a series of nonsensical tweets, a mere 24 hours after causing concern among fans for his mental health with a similar outburst.
Among a slew of claims, he seemingly revealed he has tried to file for divorce from Kim Kardashian West, while reiterating that she and matriarch Kris Jenner have attempted to have him hospitalised.
He also mentioned rappers Meek Mill and Drake, who have been at the centre of unsubstantiated Kim Kardashian cheating rumours over the years, and made wild claims about Michael Jackson’s death, as well as branding his mother-in-law a “white supremacist”.
The tweets have since been removed from his page.
Yesterday, Kanye tweeted, then deleted, a number of claims that his family “tried to lock him up” following a rambling presidential campaign rally in South Carolina in which he cried while saying that he and Kim had once contemplated aborting their 7-year-old daughter North West.
West, who announced earlier this month that he was running for president, deleted almost all of the tweets — leaving up the one promoting his upcoming album, DONDA, tweeting “Ima focus on the music now”.
Among the many posts, the rapper and father-of-four, 43, claimed Kris Jenner and Kim Kardashian-West “put out a statement without my approval”, writing “white supremacy” and claiming in a further tweet that he has been “trying to get divorced since Kim met with Meek (Mill) at the (Waldorf) for ‘prison reform’”.
He also included a screenshot of his recent texts to Kris Jenner which read: “This Ye. You wanna talk. Or go to war?” along with unanswered messages.
The image was posted with the caption: “white supremacy at its highest”. (news.com.au)