Kanye West Urinates On Grammy Award In Battle For Masters OwnershipGuardian Life

Kanye West Grammys urination

"I HAVE TEN THEY TRY TO BURRY US ALIVE", Kanye posted on his Twitter account.

"In the streaming world master ownership is everything... that is the bulk of the income ... in COVID artist need our masters ... it's more important than ever before".

In the next step of his battle to acquire his master recordings, Kim Kardashian West's husband posted a text message between him and a legal expert with intimate knowledge of his contracts, suggesting that the superstar is considering taking legal action against Sony and Universal.

Kanye tweeted out to other musicians to ask for their support in his mission.

Kanye West, who is still fighting to get his name on the ballot in a number of states, has been criticized as a "spoiler candidate" with numerous connections to the Trump campaign.

In a VERY lengthy thread of tweets, Kanye accused record labels of exploiting artists as they don't have the rights to any of their original music and thus, can only receive revenue through tours and selling merchandise. I'm not gonna watch my people be enslaved.

It was the latest in an ongoing public tirade that West is having as he seeks to free himself from his music contracts, even going as far as to call himself the "new Moses" championing a larger cause of getting his fellow Black artists out of their oppressive contracts. Someone else controls where it's played and when it's played. I promise I have more ideas.

Referring to the four children he shares with Kim Kardashian, West then tweeted, "MY CHILDREN WILL OWN MY MASTERS ..."

The rapper then went on to call on other artists, including Taylor Swift and Drake, to help him stand up against exploitation in the industry.

Kanye stated: "Here are my 10 Universal contracts". In fact, he's done so a few times over the years. From tweeting about his famous family to his political aspirations, West reserves only his most candid takes for his Twitter followers. For instance, he recently talked about everything from his mental health- West has bipolar disorder-to fatherhood during an episode of Cannon's Class.

West says he won't release new music until he is released from his deals.



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