Kanye West Continues With Tear On Anyone In His Path Of Belief

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Kanye West still has the filter off. The attention seeking rapper has now called President Joe Biden a retard for not meeting with Elon Musk. There are many words the self-titled genius could have used in his disappointment in Biden’s decision to not pick the brain of one of the most successful, innovative man of our time-but he chose to call the 79 year old president mentally incompetent.

Kanye has been on a deep tear for a while expressing his belief that Jewish people who he says are running the world from behind the scenes are the ones blocking his height of success in life. Things have gotten so bad for Kanye that his bank(JP Morgan Chase) doesn’t want to do business with him anymore.

Although it is said that it isn’t Kanye’s public anti-Semitic antics that has caused the bank to cut ties with him, but rather other undisclosed information…one cannot help but feel that his anti-Semitic antics didn’t help his deteriorating relationship with the bank. JP Morgan has given Kanye until November 21 to move his monies elsewhere. Kanye says Diddy texted him telling him to open his own bank, and it looks like troublesome designer might be considering it.

The cold shoulder the rapper is getting from many who have distanced themselves from him and insulting him are growing. Not to mention George Floyd’s family suing him for $250 million. Kanye suggested that Floyd died from drug use rather than a police officer kneeling on his neck for almost 10 minutes. Ice Cube was forced to jump online and issue a statement after Kanye said in a Drink Champs interview that the legendary rapper influenced him to be anti-Semitic. Ice Cube quickly responded to Kanye’s comments in saying:

I hate that my name was dragged into this Drunk Champs bullshit. I don’t know what Ye meant by his statements, you’re going to have to ask him. I didn’t put the batteries in his back. Please leave my name out of this anti-Semitic talk. I’m not anti-Semitic and never have been.

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