Published: Tue, September 15, 2020

I’m the new Moses - Kanye West shades National Basketball Association, music labels

I’m the new Moses - Kanye West shades National Basketball Association, music labels

West ended the conversation saying, "I'm not open to any form of business with Universal or Sony".

Aside from taking aim at the music labels, West brought up issues with Drake and J Cole.

Per the now-deleted post, the singer claimed, "I'm not putting no more music out till I'm done with my contract with Sony and Universal ..."

"I need a publically apology from J Cole and Drake to start with immediately".

Before that career assessment, West first logged in Monday evening (September 14) to write in some now-deleted tweets, "I need a publicly apology from J".

"I'm not industry bro".

As Kanye West's tweet spree continues the rapper then goes on to compare the National Basketball Association to modern-day slavery and mentioning Travis Scott's new deal with McDonald's.

According to him, he is the new "Moses" and ready to put his life on the line for his people. "I'm fighting for us", seemingly in reference to a years-old verse from the former that doesn't directly name him, and his very one-sided feud with the latter. But before the public could rebound from the first tweet, the Jesus is King album architect gave them something else to digest, calling out music labels and the National Basketball Association.

In a cryptic tweet, West also wrote: "My kids gonna own my masters".

In another tweet, he continued: "I have the utmost respect for all brothers. we need to link and respect each more dissing each other on labels, we don't own". He also added, "I'm waiting to meet with [Shawn] Carter also", referring to Jay-Z.

He later deleted that, explaining, "I deleted that tweet about riches... the wealth is in our love of family and our brothers and our service to God ... let's rise up... let's communicate".

Stoute, 50, previously declared, "I don't want Black people voting for Kanye West", on "The Boardroom: Out of Office" podcast.

West launched a highly publicised bid for the White House in July, but the campaign has been hampered by a series of failures to make the ballot before deadline in key states.

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