Kanye West has taken to Twitter to post a series of bizarre tweets about property and the music industry – here’s exactly what he said.
Rapper Kanye West is no stranger to a Twitter storm, as back in July he created quite a stir after he said some pretty wacky things about his family members and his fellow celebrity friends.
But just as all that drama seemed to have died down, he’s back with another series of posts. He’s not calling out anyone specific this time, instead choosing to discuss a very important topic – property.
From his tweets, it seems like Kanye feels very passionate about the importance of owning property – find out what he said below.
Kanye West goes on another Twitter rant
Rapper Kanye West took to Twitter yesterday (September 15th, 2020) to inform his fans of a vital life lesson.
Kanye posted a series of tweets that discuss the topic of buying property and suggests that owning land is a very important aspect of modern-day society.
He also discusses how we must all love and respect each other, and urges everyone not to “diss each other” in the music industry, before saying that the music industry is a “modern-day slave ship”.
What did the tweets say?
In total, Kanye posted four separate tweets about buying property:
- “Buy land.”
- “Use the government money and buy land.”
- “We have to evolve.”
- “Buy property.”
It’s clear that Kanye, who owns a $14 million ranch in Wyoming, thinks that owning land is really important, and he sure was keen to tell his followers all about it.
Kanye is no stranger to a Twitter rant
This certainly isn’t the first time that Kanye West has gone on Twitter to rant about a certain topic, as just last month, the rapper really caused a stir on social media.
In July, Kanye went on his biggest Twitter posting streak, posting loads of tweets that called out different members of his family – particularly his mother-in-law Kris Jenner. He even suggests that his family were trying to “lock him up” and tweets about wanting to divorce his wife Kim Kardashian.
This time he isn’t getting quite so personal, but his Twitter rant is rather odd nonetheless.