Kanye West Says His Mom And Michael Jordan’s Dad Were ‘Sacrificed’ In New Rant

Kanye West Says His Mom And Michael Jordan’s Dad Were ‘Sacrificed’ In New Rant

Kanye West has claimed that his own mom and Michael Jordan’s dad were “sacrificed” in a bizarre new rant. The rapper and entrepreneur was captured in a clip obtained by The Shade Room in which he insisted he can’t be “controlled” like many other celebrities, whose loved ones had apparently been used as a way to keep them in line. While those other stars had been successfully contained, West insisted the same would never happen to him.

“They can’t control me. They can control Shaq, they can control Charles Barkley, they can control LeBron James, they can control Jay-Z and Beyonce,” he ranted. “But they can’t control me. Ain’t no name I won’t name. It’s up.”

The Yeezy founder went on to say that despite losing three quarters of his wealth overnight after his deals with GAP, Adidas, Balenciaga, and others had dried up due to his antisemetic comments, he would still not back down. In fact, he believes he’s impervious to persecution, saying, “I can say whatever I want and not go to jail.”

Kanye West then claimed multiple celebrities’ family members had been “sacrificed” by Hollywood, including his own mom. “My momma ain’t here, my momma was sacrificed. You can’t send none of ya’ll Meek Mills, y’all Lil Boosies…none of these name. None of these people that have to listen to y’all […] I never killed nobody. I’m the pu**y that never killed nobody. But that means I can say whatever I want,” he said.

He continued: “Michael Jordan, what about him? His dad, right? Bill Cosby, his son, right? Dr. Dre, his son. Out here in Hollywood, a lot of people come up missing. Feels like it might be a lot of that in order to control, traumatize.”

West claimed that he wasn’t bothered about losing so many business deals since he’s still worth $400 million and God loves him.

“They wanna monetize and traumatize,” West said. “And God love me. They hit me. GAP, Adidas, all that away. Still, Forbes, who hate me, had to write, ‘Net worth: $400 million.'”

It’s clearer than ever that West needs some serious help with his mental health. However, he seems unwilling to accept that fact (or any help that might be offered to him). For the sake of his children, he should at least consider it.

Jennifer Still is a writer and editor with more than 10 years of experience. The managing editor of Bolde, she has bylines in Vanity Fair, Business Insider, The New York Times, Glamour, Bon Appetit, and many more.