“No one wanted to tell me that I was dead and the only people who wanted to talk to me were in my head,” the poem reads. “No one wanted to tell me that I was dead and that only the people who loved me would visit me in their dreams.”
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The rest of the poem also seems quite dark. In the caption, West explains his feelings: “I’m really upset that I have to figure out the way I’m working after more than 20 years making art, contributing to the planet. I also see the need to make sure that we as a species are still allowed to feel everything.” Men shouldn’t cry, and celebrities shouldn’t cry. I won’t explain this new piece. Art is subjective. Art works only if it is the ultimate truth of the artist. One person’s truth may be another person’s lie. We don’t all have to feel the same. feeling, because we’re not the same,” he says.
The poems come after Kanye in the controversial music video for “Eazy” buried comedian Pete Davidson, who is now in a relationship with Kardashian, alive in animated form. The rapper received a lot of criticism, but he himself emphasized that he had no ill intentions. “Art is therapy, art is protected as freedom of expression,” he wrote in an already deleted Instagram post.
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