Kanye West deletes his Twitter and Instagram profiles – again

The rapper deactivated the accounts after he shared bizarre tweets about slavery and said that the US law banning it should be abolished.

Earlier this year, Kim Kardashian's husband sparked outrage when he told TMZ that slavery was a choice.

Then last week he appeared on Saturday Night Live, and suggested the 13th Amendment in the United States Constitution should be abolished.

Kanye, who has changed his stage name to Ye, later backtracked on Twitter and said: "The 13th Amendment is slavery in disguise meaning it never ended." He added: "not abolish but let’s amend the 13th Amendment."


He has also been criticised on Twitter for his continued support of President Donald Trump.

Kanye is set to release his brand new album Yandhi on November 23, 2018.

His wife Kim posted an update on Twitter, writing: “Nov 23 Black Friday YANDHI TRUST ME it is worth the wait”

The rapper had previously announced the date to be September 29 to coincide with his appearance as a guest on Saturday Night Live to promote his latest offering.

However, in an interview with TMZ, Kanye revealed he scrapped the original date because he's not done recording yet and plans on heading to Africa to complete the project.

Yandhi is the follow album to Kanye's 2013 sixth studio album Yeezus.

The new album's minimalist album art, featuring a MiniDisc with purple tape, has been compared to the previous offering's album cover.

Likewise, the album's title Yhandi seems to be a play on Gandhi, just like Yeezus was a play on Jesus.

Kanye has been busy collaborating with a lot of artists, with the likes of Kid Cudi, 070 Shake, Ty Dolla Sign and Young Thug rumoured to make featured appearances.

His last album Yeezus featured 10 tracks.

Ye did reveal to TMZ that the album features concepts such as body shaming and he describes it as a full 'Ye album.'


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