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He went on to write, “People say it’s enough and I got my point across … the point isn’t across until we cross the point,” and, “We used to diss Michael Jackson the media made us call him crazy … then they killed him.”
In his Twitter tirade, the star also claimed people “sat back and watched” when Nick Cannon was “cancelled” over antisemitic remarks that resulted in his firing by ViacomCBS chiefs. Nick has subsequently apologized for his remarks.
At the start of his rant, Kanye claimed he was speaking out as his wealth meant he could not be silenced.
“I am the only person who can speak on this because I made multi billions outside of music no musicians make billions inside of music…I’m going to change this,” he wrote. “I know a lot of musicians are not allowed to say anything but I can’t be muted or cancelled so I’m going to say everything as always.”
The Gold Digger hitmaker’s posts follow tweets on Monday calling himself, “the new Moses”. He has been previously treated for bipolar disorder – with his wife, Kim Kardashian, asking for understanding due to the condition when he launched a bizarre presidential run in July.