Rapper Kanye West has been in the news this month for all the wrong reasons. The 45-year-old was on the receiving end because of ‘Egg lives matterAnd his last stand differences She is the reason he lost relations with Balenciaga.
With all this going on, Rolling Stone reports that Kanye West is planning to launch his own world of cities. Sources from rapper brand Yeezy have claimed that the universe, referred to as Yecosystem, will be a self-sustaining project.
Needless to say, the news of the rapper’s closed ecosystem received so many hilarious responses from people, that one person even tweeted:
“Oh, so worship! Understood.”
Kanye West plans to launch his world, Yecosystem, and phishing takes place
The Yecosystem will be a closed, self-sustaining endeavor from Kanye, who also changed his name to “Ye” a few months ago. The ecosystem is expected to have its own homes and food and beverage items that will be sold in retail stores.
Sources also said Yi plans to build small communities across the country with the help of his Yecosystem.
The source added that West is “trying to do something people can’t even picture,” and noted that Ye comes from a good place. The person went on to state that the rapper’s goal is that whatever he gives people is a “good thing” that has a “good impact on the world.”
A similar domain name to Yecosystem has already been registered by the Ye. However, due to Ye’s history, there may be a name change in the future as other terms such as “Yzyverse”, “Yxyverse” and “Yeezyverse” have also been trademarked.
Rolling Stone’s report on Kanye got instant feedback from Twitter users, who started trolling the concept and the rapper. Here are some responses from internet users:
The rapper is also being criticized for his anti-Semitic statements
Meanwhile, Yi has been receiving a lot of criticism for his recent anti-Semitic and racist tweets and statements. A few days ago, it was Rapper He made some problematic tweets about Jews and even seemed to claim that he couldn’t be anti-Semitic because “Blacks are actually Jews.”
The tweet, which was removed, appears to be related to Ye’s previous social media post shots From a conversation with rapper Diddy. In the conversation, West made some controversial comments about Jews when he talked about the controversy over his “White Lives Matter” shirt.