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Kanye West drops album, says he’s $53 million in debt

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Kanye West has asked Mark Zuckerberg for $ 1 billion.

The celebrity musician claims to be $ 53 million United States in debt. Backed by a gospel choir, Kanye kicks the song off with solemn prayer rapping (via Auto-Tune), “Deliver us serenity / Deliver us peace / Deliver us love / Lord knows we need it”.

Contrary to false reports that Taylor Swift had a “heads up” onKanye West’s sexist and offensive lyric about her in his new song, the singer’s publicist tells us that is not true.

Kanye also came out in support of Caitlyn Jenner, after she attended his show at Madison Square Garden in NY, when he debuted his new album “The Life of Pablo” and his latest fashion collection. West said that because of Yeezy Season 3, the album was not actually finished.

“Paul… The most powerful messenger of the first century…” Ultimately, we have to blame some of this on the sole fact that we didn’t understand what was going on the majority of the time. “He was a learned man not of the original sect so he was able to take the message to the rest of the world”. Jaime King added, “I’m so sad right now & disappointed right now”. Please forgive the profanity and give hugs and blessings to my brother Kirk for standing by me…

The hedge-fund manager begins by asking Kanye to consider his offer and withhold The Life of Pablo “by a few weeks”. The Life of Paul… Ultralight beams… Moms dads daughters sons stand up.

He posted at the weekend: “Let’s dance in the streets”.

“7th I miss that feeling so that’s what I want to help restore…”

The album has caused controversy after it was played at Kanye’s Yeezy show and included offensive lyrics about Taylor Swift that he claimed she had approved beforehand.

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