Kanye West calls for 'civility' and for people to 'come together' amid Twitter rants and Kim Kardashian divorce rumors
4th October 2020

KANYE West flagged a "crying need for civility" and unity in his latest Twitter rant amid speculation his marriage to Kim Kardashian is on the rocks.

The Gold Digger rapper, 43, has used the social media site to proclaim a host of left-field claims and accusations of late, including that he is in fact "Moses" and mom in law Kris Jenner is a "white supremacist."

Dad of four Kanye's latest online musings centre on POTUS Donald Trump – who is is battling in the current US Presidential race – and his coronavirus diagnosis.

Taking to his Twitter page, he wrote an impassioned statement which read: "There’s a crying need for civility across the board.

"We need to and will come together in the name of Jesus.

"I’m praying for President Trump’s and Melania’s full recovery, just as I would for Joe and Jill Biden if they were stricken, as well as everyone else with COVID-19."



Yet his message about coming together is also pertinent amid his marital strife with Kim – where their separation and impending divorce has been widely speculated.

Kim, 39, today posted a cryptic Instagram quote about having "one chance at life."

His Twitter escapades come as the high-profile couple have been at the centre of break-up rumors in the past few months, and they try to get their relationship back on track.

The KUWTK beauty married the rapper, 43, in 2014 and they share four children .


Kanye, who suffers from bipolar, broke down in tears while campaigning in North Carolina as he claimed that he stopped SKIMS founder Kim from aborting their first child together, North.

Following that, he then claimed that he had been trying to divorce the mother of his four children for years and before he suggested Kris was a white supremacist.

He accused the Kardashian momager of "white supremacy" as he shared his private text messages seemingly between the two.

One read: "This Ye, you ready to talk now or re still avoiding my call?" as a second said: "This Ye, you wanna talk or go to war?"


He captioned the screenshot: "White supremacy at its highest no cap."

Kanye later added: "Kris and Kim put out a statement without my approval … that’s not what a wife should do White supremacy."

Today, Kanye's loyal followers were enthusiastic to comment underneath the message, with one writing: "Spoken like the future president of the United States of America."

Another then posted: "Ye fr president," followed by an Emoji prayer icon.

A third quipped: "Why not in the name of Moses?" referring to his previous proclamation.



In September, again using his Twitter page, he wrote: "I need to see everybody’s contracts at Universal and Sony. I’m not gonna watch my people be enslaved.

"I’m putting my life on the line for my people. The music industry and the NBA are modern day slave ships. I’m the new Moses."

The baffling tweet came after Kanye took a shot at fellow rappers Drake and J Cole, saying: "I need a publicly apology from J. Cole and Drake to start with immediately … I’m Nat Turner … I’m fighting for us."

 

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