In an interview with “The Shade Room” earlier this week, Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, explained that the Hollywood machine is furious that they can’t keep him on the official script.
“They can’t control me,” he stated from his vehicle. “They can control Shaq. They can control Charles Barkley. They can control LeBron James. They can control JAY-Z and Beyoncé. But they can’t control me. You see it ain’t no name I won’t name. It’s up.”
Ye then made a startling claim that his mother was “sacrificed” by the Hollywood elite before naming other celebrities who may have been victims of a similar conspiracy.
“My mama ain’t here,” Ye stated. “My mama was sacrificed. Michael Jordan, what about him? His daddy, right? Bill Cosby, his son. Dr. Dre, his son. Out in Hollywood, a lot of people come up missing. It feels like it might be a lot of that, in order to control, traumatize.”
“They want to monetize and traumatize,” he continued, “And God love me, they hit me, Gap, Adidas, they took all that away. Still, Forbes, who hates me, right, had to write, net worth $400 million. Jesus is king. God loves me.”
Ye’s mother Donda West had reportedly passed away from heart disease while suffering “multiple post-operative factors” after plastic surgery in 2008.
This comes after Ye revealed a text message from his personal trainer Harley Pasternak threatening to “institutionalize” and forcibly drug him if he continued talking about “crazy stuff.”
“I’m going to help you one of a couple ways,” Pasternak wrote. “First, you and I sit down and have an loving and open conversation, but you don’t use cuss words, and everything that is discussed is based in fact, and not some crazy stuff that dumb friend of yours told you, or you saw in a tweet.”
“Second option, I have you institutionalized again where they medicate the crap out of you and you go back to Zombieland forever. Play date with the kids just won’t be the same.”
Ye has been making controversial statements in recent weeks suggesting a disproportionate influence of Jewish interests in the entertainment industry, resulting in numerous corporations severing ties with the rapper and fashion mogul.
The Anti-Defamation League has even organized a global corporate boycott against Twitter for not doing enough to censor Ye’s speech on the platform.
The fact these videos are being removed across the internet only highlights Ye’s point that he’s being deliberately silenced for speaking his mind.
**By Jamie White