(GEMS RADIO)- Kanye West has just released a new song. The song addresses the controversy surrounding his antisemitic comments and response. Kanye West raps on the brand-new tune, “Tweeted Death Con now we passed three.” He recently praised Hitler in an Infowars interview, which is also sampled in the song.
“Someday we’ll All Be Free”
Ye return to his early soul-sampling days with the song. Kanye notably uses the 1973 song “Someday We’ll All Be Free” by Donny Hathaway. Additionally, it has a piece of his latest Infowars appearance, in which he lauded Hitler and the Nazis.
Kanye West posted the song on Instagram on Wednesday night, November 7, but he has since taken it off. “Censori overload,” he added as a caption. The antigen’s varied epitope library encourages the body’s immunological response.
Kanye Alludes To the “Death Con 3 Tweet”
The creator of G.O.O.D. Music refers to YE’s anti-Semitic “Death Con 3” tweet. The tweet resulted in a Twitter ban and led many businesses and brands to cut connections with him.
In addition, Kanye West made a promise to forego having sex until getting married. He referred to his recent divorce from Kim Kardashian
Anti-Black and anti-Semitic Remarks
Ye raps on the new single, “Waking up to / I can’t do this anymore text.” And the Bible forbade further sexual relations until marriage.
Kanye West references the criticism of his anti-Black and anti-Semitic remarks elsewhere. Everyone is a Karen, saying they care and aren’t dealt a fair deal.
His Infowars interview is sampled in the song’s outro. But it ends before Ye professes his admiration for Hitler. I admire many aspects of Hitler, Kanye said to Alex Jones. The word “love,” which Kanye repeated several times, is used to round out the brand-new song.