Rapper Kanye West’s obsession with Adolf Hitler and Nazi philosophy was apparently so great that he wanted to name his eighth album. Hitler, As aceshowbiz.com reports, four different sources claimed to CNN that the rapper suggested naming the record, which was released in 2018 before going with “Ye” after the infamous world leader. . Kanye West showed up uninvited at Skechers headquarters in LA after Adidas and Balenciaga cut ties with him.
A former business executive who worked with Yeezy Designers revealed in a report that he had an affinity for the Nazi leader and praised the dictator, saying “how incredible it was that he was able to amass so much power. ” The executive also claimed that the rapper would “talk about all the great things that he and the Nazi Party had achieved for the German people.” Adidas reportedly still plans to sell Kanye West’s Yeezy designs, but without his name. … – Latest Tweet by Pop Crave.
The executive said that West read “Mein Kampf”, a 1925 autobiographical manifesto written by the leader of the Nazi Party, and praised his use of propaganda. It was also said that the interest of the West in Hitler was well known within its inner circle. Earlier this month, Van Lathan echoed the sentiment. In the latest episode of Ringer podcast ‘Higher Learning’, the former TMZ employee claimed that West professed his “love” for Hitler and the Nazis during his infamous interview with TMZ in 2018.
“I’ve already heard her say this at TMZ,” Lathan told co-host Rachel Lindsay. “I mean, I was taken aback because that kind of anti-Semitic talk is disgusting. It’s like, whenever someone does that, I get amazed, right? But as far as (Kanye), I Knew he was into it because when he came to TMZ, he said that thing and they kicked him out of the interview.”
He elaborated: “If you look at what I said in TMZ, it’s what I said, ‘Hey Kanye, there’s a real-life, real-world implication of what you just said.’ What I say after that—if I can remember, it’s been a long time—actually, ’12 million people were actually killed because of Nazism and Hitler and all those things,’ and then I go on about that. Proceed to talk about what he said about slavery.”
The podcast host said the “12 million people” part was left out of the final cut. “The reason they took it out is because it wouldn’t make sense unless they said in Kanye that he loves Hitler and the Nazis, which is what he said when he was at TMZ,” he explained. “He said something like, ‘I love Hitler, I love the Nazis.’ Something to that effect when he was there. And he made it out of the interview for whatever reason. It wasn’t my decision.”
In another news story, West revealed that he lost $2 billion in a single day in the wake of his anti-Semitic scandal. “Ari Emanuel. I lost $2 billion in one day. And I’m still alive. This is love speech. I still love you. God still loves you. Money is not who I am.” People are who I am,” the “Donda” artist wrote in an Instagram post. Her post came after it was reported that talent agents urged brands to quit the hip-hop star. Amid the controversy, several brands and co-workers decided to leave the musician. Public breakers with him include Vogue, Balenciaga, Adidas, Gap and Foot Locker.
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