Uganda, East Africa – Kanye West is again on Twitter with a vengeance. After arriving in Uganda, East Africa, ‘Ye uploaded a sequence of movies to his just lately deactivated account all captioned with the phrases, “Mind Control.”
During one of many movies, Kanye claims individuals are making an attempt to dictate what he says and does. He additionally says he simply took an I.Q. take a look at and his scores have been genius degree.
“I simply wish to discuss thoughts management,” he says. “You know, when individuals attempt to affect you thru social media and attempt to let you know what to do or in the event you submit one thing that’s constructive on Instagram and it will get taken down, if it’s not part of a much bigger agenda, that’s like thoughts management. That’s the echo chamber. That’s them making an attempt to regulate you … that’s the poison occurring with social media.
“For me, I simply obtained again my I.Q. rating they usually have been Mensa degree — 133, 98 percentile — straight up Sigmund Freud, Tesla vibes. I really feel like when individuals inform me what to do, I really feel like they’re touching my mind. Like there’s all these individuals — black individuals, individuals on social media, individuals making an attempt to regulate us and make us all monolithic thought they usually’re making an attempt to regulate our minds, they’re making an attempt to regulate my thoughts.”
He additionally assures his viewers he’s “not loopy.”
‘Ye then explains he’s trying to purchase again his publishing from Sony ATV for $eight or $9 million however the powers that be refuse to promote it to him. He insinuates he’s a slave to the music trade — very similar to Prince who famously modified his identify to a logo and wrote “slave” throughout his face.
“I couldn’t purchase my publishing from Sony ATV,” he says. “So, Big John, Marty, whoever is concerned, I want my publishing. I obtained the cash. I’m not going to say the S phrase. I’m not Prince. I don’t want to put in writing it on my face.”
Finally, he explains how he’s like Afro-beat pioneer Fela Kuti, late reggae legend Bob Marley and Hip Hop luminary Tupac Shakur.
“The spirit of Fela [Kuti], the spirit of [Bob] Marley, the spirit of ‘Pac circulation by me. We free. Our minds are free.
“Bob Marley, vessel. Fela, vessel. Ye, vessel.”
Kanye is presently in East Africa to complete his forthcoming album Yandhi. Now that he’s again on social media, we’ll probably be listening to much more from him earlier than its completion.
To watch a replay of ‘Ye’s video, head to Periscope.