Kanye West is peeing on his Grammys as we speak, trying to make a point about black ownership.
Kanye West posts this morning speaking on black ownership, and how white owned companies use black people for entertainment and pay them little.
He said he became a billionaire outside of music and is trying to change that.
Kanye stated that his label, Universal, isn’t allowing him to see how much his master’s cost and are preventing him from purchasing it. He says they know he’s able to buy his master’s and the company itself.
After an extremely long rant Kanye posted a video of himself…:
— c (@chuuzus) September 16, 2020
People were shocked to say the least, while others are currently supporting him:
wish that was me
— bill (@BillRatchet) September 16, 2020
(A Thread ) of all best advice on owning your masters from as artists x industry experts
1. Nas explains how Prince said no to him because he did not own his masters
— S K V N N Y (@Skinnygenes_TV) September 16, 2020
Kanye implied Prince and Michael Jackson’s lives were ended after they took control of their own masters and went after ownership.
Not Kanye crying about the music industry being slavery.
I thought slavery was a choice? pic.twitter.com/BldBqBS3IJ
— Hassan Sayyed (@HausUrban) September 16, 2020