Kanye West is on a tear, implying that what happened to Emmett Till is what is happening to him as he falls from grace… all while attempting to gain Ari Emanuel’s attention.
New posts have started appearing on Ye’s Instagram page recently – ever since he was reinstated – but a slew of unsettling thoughts have emerged on Sunday… including the notion that he is undergoing a modern-day “lynching,” allegedly at the hands of the ex-WME CEO.
According to KW, “Emmanuel, Ari Can you identify a school for the Donda Academy kids that is properly zoned for a school? I have roughly 60 youngsters who are homeless and looking for a place to live. They attempted to demolish our basketball team. Those guys are being punished arbitrarily. Even professional athletes were threatened with disassociation by their owners.”
He argues that the treatment he’s receiving – effectively being canceled – is what “post social media #Blackmirror warfare looks like,” and that the Donda children are suffering as a result.
Kanye then claims to be suffering from “Economic Lynching,” “Digital Lynching,” and “Social Credit Score Bankruptcy.” Finally, what appears to be another antisemitic jab… “You tried to bankrupt adidas and me at the same time; you tried to destroy my life after all the money I’ve produced for the ‘business’ people; at the very least, when I burn to the stake in front of the entire world… / everyone now knows who they should be frightened of.”
“And now eeeeeveryone understands how much power you ‘Business’ people actually have,” he concludes. The rant goes on and on, but it’s rambling and incomprehensible. Kanye appears to be invoking Ari since the man openly begged businesses to quit doing business with Kanye due to his ongoing antisemitic rants – and it looks to have worked.
Kanye posted a screengrab of a conversation with Russell, initials “RS” … who’s encouraging him to simmer down, strategize and find a better way to vent his frustrations. Ye fires back, though, with a weird reply — saying he needs to get the “Jewish business people” to make contracts fair … or die trying. That post has since been deleted, BTW, but it was captured and lived on the internet.
He also posted a shot of Herschel Walker with a straightforward caption … “PRO-LIFE.”