Kanye West is undoubtedly a bit of a live wire and is always full of opinions. Whether you hate them or love them, he’s never been one to hold his tongue and has had feuds and rants galore. Not too long ago, the rapper launched a tirade on fashion brand GAP, taking to social media to accuse them of stealing his designs. But now he’s back with more opinions, except this time they’re positive opinions about none other than Queen Bey.
In a series of stories the rapper shared with his 17 million Instagram followers, he praised Beyoncé’s latest release and started highlighting his favourite tracks from the album. The rapper, while streaming the album posted screenshots of his preferred songs such as the track ‘Church Girl’ among others.
Declaring it was his favourite the rapper captioned the screenshot, “Favourite song on Beyoncé album.” West also dubbed DJ Khaled’s ‘God Did’ track “song of the year” along with his own track ‘Wait 4 U’ featuring Drake and Future. Receiving the crown of crowns, Ye audaciously highlighted WizKid’s ‘Essence’, featuring Justin Bieber and Tems, as the “best song in the history of music to date.” A bold statement indeed.
Addressing his issue with GAP and the backlash he has received as a result of the tirade he launched, West wrote off his critics as “crazy” people who don’t understand him. In an attempt to be thorough in his messaging, West wrote, “Here is the through line. GAP having meetings about me without me Adidas releasing old shoes and colouring my shoes like I’m dead, me not having a say on where my children go to school. Call me whatever names you want. If you don’t understand why I won’t back down on my businesses my brands, and my children, then you’re the ones who are crazy.”
He wrapped up by talking on his ex-wife Kim Kardashian and his children, with whom he’s having a tenuous public relationship, he insisted he “won’t back down” when it comes to issues surrounding their schooling and access to money.
Kanye has recently been extremely insistent that his children attend the institution he founded, the Donda Academy, as opposed to private schools in California. Expounding on his plan of action he wrote “It’s not up to Calabasas or Hulu where my kids go to school I’m not the crazy one here It’s up. I won’t stop until I have a say so on my kids no matter what it legally takes.”
You can listen to Beyoncé’s track ‘Church Girl’ below.