The widely acclaimed Kanye ‘Ye’ West is a masterful creator known for his ingenious music pieces and fashionable innovations.
In the early 2000s, the American rapper became recognized for his production skills which paved his way to more successes in other creations.
After over two decades of influence in the music industry, Ye still blesses the world with more artful pieces as he announced the release of his new art to millions of fans on Instagram.
Kanye ‘Ye’ West Introduces New Art Piece Named ‘Dead’
“Dead” is the hip-hop star’s latest creation which he believed would communicate the need to ensure men and celebrities as species were allowed to have feelings and not feel dead within.
The Instagram photo showed “Dead” boldly written in red, while snippets of the song’s verses were positioned below the legible word. Ye mentioned he was dead in the verses, which spooked several fans.
The icon captioned the post with a lengthy message that began with him feeling compromised to explain his expressions despite his numerous years of art contribution to the world. He continued:
“I also need to make sure we as a species are allowed to still feel anything. Men not allowed to cry, celebrities not allowed to cry.”
The Atlanta-born did not give explicit details about the song as he wrote, “I will not explain this new piece for the explanation destroys the mystery and magic of true love and puts it in a box that can be counted.”
Ye further stated that art was subjective and only worked when it was the artist’s complete truth. He believed people felt differently because nobody is similar, and a person’s truth could be another’s lie.
He concluded the message with, “With out further ado, I present to you my latest creation, it is called DEAD.” [sic]
Art is Ye’s definition of therapy as he previously addressed the controversies surrounding his recent “Eazy” music video.
It does not end there as Ye tied up the fellow and drove him out to a deserted area where he buried him up to his neck. The star then raised the amputated head.
He reportedly meant no harm with the artistic expression and claimed art was protected as freedom of speech. Ye believed art inspired and simplified the world; hence, it was not an alternative for any hostility.
The record producer further quelled any misinterpretation about the video by stating that any other suggestion regarding his art was false and not deliberate.
Fans of Davidson were concerned about the video; however, the comedian did not seem bothered as he described it and the ensuing tabloid drama as “hilarious.”
He was almost flattered that Ye included his look-alike cartoon character in the music video and was not threatened in any way by his lover’s ex-husband.
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Davidson has previously been on the receiving end of several of Ye’s harassments, and Kardashian had asked him to stop pestering the “Saturday Night Live star.
The Blast reported that before the former couple’s divorce, the fashion designer shared his ex’s text messages regarding Davidson. It read, “There are dangerous people out there, and this is scary, and it doesn’t have to be.”
He replied to her text with his promise to always do everything to protect her and their family. He also mentioned that he had informed everyone to ensure nothing physical happened to Davidson.
However, Ye released the controversial “Eazy” video, and following its release, fans expressed concern for Kardashian, who was still having a custody battle with him despite her legally single status.
She was reportedly declared legally single to clarify the end of her relationship with the songwriter, and people seemed to think Ye retaliated with the threatening music video.
With their concern for the reality TV star allegedly in an abusive relationship with the 44-year-old, several people told their domestic violence stories.
An individual mentioned that if the businesswoman could not divorce Ye with all the resources she had in the world without being harassed, people should stop asking women in similar situations questions like ‘why doesn’t she just leave?’
Several others believed Kardashian had an opportunity for domestic violence advocacy, and her influence could make a difference in that regard, even with her career as a lawyer.