Willie D is talking about the backlash he got for saying that Kanye West’s mother, Donda West, killed herself because of her son’s crazy behavior. On Sunday (Oct. 9), the veteran rapper and member of the Getto Boys went on social media to talk about how he felt about the backlash he got for saying that Donda West killed herself instead of what the coroner said.
Willie D started a video on his Instagram page with, “I woke up this morning to a block party.” “I had to get rid of all of these fans of Kanye West. All in the direct messages and all in the comments on my Instagram, because I posted that I don’t think Kanye West’s mom died because of a botched surgery.
I think she killed herself when she saw that she had made a coconut that hated itself. Now, they were mad at me and trying to bully me because of what I said, but when Kanye West wore the “White Lives Matter” shirt, they were praising him as a free thinker who can’t be controlled. Do you see the irony? So, after I thought about what you guys had against each other, I changed my mind. I can be the bigger person and say I’m sorry for making that post and saying what I said. I should have said, “Fuck all of you.” No more talk.”
When Willie D said for the first time on Oct. 8 that Kanye West’s mother died in 2007 because she was tired of him, heads turned.
Kanye West’s mother was a Civil Rights activist. She did not die from a botched surgery “Willie D wrote on Facebook. “I think she killed herself when she found out she had raised a self-hating coconut.” Kanye West’s mother died at age 58 from coronary artery disease and a number of things happened after she had plastic surgery. Ye’s life has been changed a lot by Donda’s death. At one point, he blamed Donda’s surgeon for her death.
In the last week, several of Kanye West’s coworkers have been upset with him because he showed off “White Lives Matter” shirts at his Yeezy Season 9 Fashion Show in Paris on Oct. 3 and then said bad things about the Black Lives Matter movement. Diddy, Boosie BadAzz, Justin Bieber, and other people have told him to stop.
Chance The Rapper
Chance The Rapper went on Twitter in September 2020, before the November 2020 election between then-President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump, to encourage people to vote. The Chicago rapper’s idea, on the other hand, made people scratch their heads. “Find out who to vote for from your mom. Vote for who she recommends, “He sent a tweet to his fans. No matter how innocent his tweet was, it got a response he probably didn’t expect. He was criticized on Twitter, and many people told people to ignore Chance’s advice. Critics told the rapper’s fans that instead of asking their moms about the two candidates, they should do some research on them.
Kanye West had so many strange things happen on social media last year that it was hard to keep track. In June 2020, when many people were having trouble paying their bills because of the coronavirus pandemic, ‘Ye went on Twitter to celebrate the fact that his wife, Kim Kardashian, had become a billionaire. “I’m so happy that my beautiful wife Kim Kardashian West is now a billionaire,” he wrote on Twitter. Several of Kanye’s fans told him that his tweet was rude to people who are struggling financially because of the pandemic.
If that insensitive tweet wasn’t enough, Kanye also complained in October of that year that he had suddenly lost a lot of Twitter followers. “I had 31 million followers four weeks ago, and I’ve been stuck at 30.9 million followers for the last four weeks,” he wrote, adding several thinking face emojis. Fans had different thoughts about his tweet. Some people felt sorry for ‘Ye and said Twitter was censoring him because he supported Trump. Others thought Kanye should care more about his mental health and get off the platform. One user tweeted, “Get the help you need, Twitter does not equal self-worth.”
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