“This Deal Will Change The World”: Kanye West Makes Shocking Announcement, As He Agrees To Buy The Social Media Platform Parler
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Kanye West has been making some interesting changes. He officially changed his name from “Kanye West” to “Ye” for personal reasons.
It can even be argued that Kanye West’s “red pill” moments are more legitimate than Elon Musk’s. With Musk it is still unclear how he aligns himself. Musk’s actions come off as trying to follow where the market is the strongest, whereas West’s actions seem to come from personal growth.
We are talking about a guy who made Chris Rock and Mike Myers go silent due to the awkwardness after his comment about Bush not caring about Black people. Kayne West made two loudmouth comedians unsure of what to say or do. It is kind of funny watching Chris Rock trying to save the broadcast over Hurricane Katrina relief donations.
Kayne West is also the man who humiliated Taylor Swift when she won a VMA award. He upstaged her, and the audience booed at him, but at the moment, Taylor Swift said in interviews that she thought the audience was booing her.
Something that is not addressed enough is that West did apologize and felt terrible about his actions.
He apologized the first two times on his blog, deleting one that he wrote in all caps and then writing another, “I feel like Ben Stiller in Meet the Parents when he messed up everything and Robert De Niro asked him to leave. That was Taylor’s moment and I had no right in any way to take it from her. I am truly sorry.”
He even tried to talk privately with her to apologize, but “her camp” wouldn’t get her on the phone. West claims he felt terrible but, on the same note, doesn’t regret his actions. Even back then, West talked about God and how God moved him to speak out. The reason was that he was in the front row, he had never heard of Taylor Swift before, and he claimed that seemed like a setup.
The idea that he believes it was a setup correlates with his recent interview with Tucker Carlson. Kanye talked about how his handlers would silence him or say his career would be over if he spoke out of turn. When he talked about the Kardashians, he talked about how influencers are brought in and that no one knows where Corey Gamble came from.
“These people were practically made in a laboratory,” West told Tucker.
Kanye’s interview with Tucker Carlson is eye-opening and probably one of Tucker’s best. It gives us average folks an authentic, in-depth look behind the scenes of Hollywood and the elite class. It also shows, and it can be argued, that Kanye’s evolution is linear when compared to people like Elon Musk. He has always been a Christian but wasn’t mature.
In previous news, JPMorgan Chase Bank has shut down West’s accounts.
“Kanye West says he is happy that he has “crossed the line .” He gets to speak openly and isn’t afraid of what big banks like JPMorgan Chase will do to him.”
In recent news, Kanye West is getting into the social media game:
Parlement Technologies announced today that it has entered into an agreement to sell Parler, the world’s pioneering uncancelable free speech platform, to Ye (formerly known as Kanye West). West is taking a bold stance against his recent censorship from Big Tech, using his far-reaching talents to further lead the fight to create a truly non-cancelable environment.
Parlement Technologies CEO George Farmer said: “This deal will change the world, and change the way the world thinks about free speech. Ye is making a groundbreaking move into the free speech media space and will never have to fear being removed from social media again.
Kayne West, with all his faults, is someone who doesn’t want to be told want to say or what to think. He is his own man; he makes mistakes and is also a man of action. He does what he says and believes in, whether you agree with him or not.