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Kanye West has stated that he believes that the demise of his mom, Donda West was part of a larger scheme by “Hollywood” to “control” and “traumatize” him.

In a brand new video posted via the Shade Room, Ye spoke about his theory to paparazzi from the passenger’s side of a vehicle. He doesn’t think it’s the only Black star to fall victim to this plot.

“My mama ain’t here,” Kanye West stated. “My mom was sacrificed. Michael Jordan, what about Michael Jordan? His daddy, right? Bill Cosby, his son. Dr. Dre and his son. In Hollywood there are many people go being missing. It seems like there could be a lot in order to manage and to arouse.

“They want to monetize and traumatize,” he added, “And God love me I was hit by them, Gap, adidas, they took it all away. But, Forbes, who is a snob, right was forced to write a the net worth of $400 million. Jesus is the king. God loves me.”

Prior to the accusations, Ye brought up other Black famous figures, like Shaquille O’Neal who have criticized his behavior in the past when he said his behavior will not be restricted.

“They can’t control me,” said Shaq. “They are able to control Shaq. They have the ability to manage Charles Barkley. They have the ability to influence LeBron James. They have the ability to manage JAY Z as well as Beyonce. But they cannot control me. There’s no name I’ll not use. It’s up.”

The interview is coming off a quiet week after a busy month of October that witnessed Kanye West under fire following a string of anti-Semitic remarks in interviews and through social networks.

The most notable is that adidas was one of the companies which ended their connections with West because of his controversial remarks, which may have caused him to lose his Billionaire Status. Balenciaga has also cut ties with Ye just a few days after inviting them to host the Paris Fashion Week show.

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The G.O.O.D. The music mogul caused a stir after he claimed on the Drink Champs hosts N.O.R.E. along with DJ EFN that he believed George Floyd died from a drug overdose.

In reaction to his controversial comments, Floyd’s family has filed an 250 million suit for his daughter who is the sole beneficiaries of the estate.

In the end, he was able to apologize to his family but he has stepped down on his feelings towards toward the Jewish business community, despite the terrible impact it has had of the incident on his work,

The controversial Chicago rapper who is currently embroiled in an fierce legal dispute with Kim Kardashian’s ex-wife was reported in November 1, that his former lawyer had warned him that his remarks were inflammatory and could result in him losing the custody rights of his 4 children.