Kanye West may change name to 'Christian Genius Billionaire Kanye West'


On the topic of black empowerment and speaking his truth, Kanye said, "Martin Luther King didn't get killed because he had a dream; he had something else he was gonna to talk about: black empowerment, economic empowerment". "We would create so many jobs!" West quieted the audience momentarily by asking, "What are y'all laughing at?"

Kanye also talked about his running for the United States 2024 Presidential Election as he hints towards a completely different world if he wins. West says the organization is exploring different avenues regarding options in contrast to unsafe dyes, yet meanwhile, the tennis shoes are agonizingly khaki. I'm not gonna run.

He said: "I think if my family wasn't so. if they didn't work so hard and they weren't so omnipresent, maybe I would just rest on my laurels of just being the greatest artist of human existence, and that would just be enough".

If West does stick with the name change, we could be seeing "Christian Genius Billionaire Kanye West" on the 2024 presidential ballot. In a world where fast fashion is impacting the environment more than ever, ideas like this are what we need if we want to live sustainable lives.

The a-list couple attended the WSJ Magazine 2019 Innovator Awards at the Museum of Modern Art in NY to present their longtime friend Riccardo Tisci with the Fashion Innovator Award.

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He also goes on saying that his headlines will be "crazy"- as he's going to put celebrities and some of African Americans in jail because they have no "opinion" and "scared" of him.

Despite, not being a billionaire by Forbes' estimate, West alluded to the fact that his company, Yeezy, is set to bring in around $1.5 billion in sales in 2019 alone.

Well, there's a lot of time before any of these things come to fruition.

In dialog with Quick Firm senior author Mark Wilson, West referenced everyone from filmmaker Wes Anderson to Leonardo Da Vinci to Jesus Christ, however the focus was totally on trend.

Aside from holding his Sunday Services, the rapper recently released a gospel-like album, Jesus Is King. He said he plans to make his manufacturing entirely eco-friendly, moving it all to South and North America in the next two years, including at his 4,000-acre ranch in Cody, Wyoming.