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Russell Simmons wants The Hip-Hop community To help Kanye West

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through Cierra Williams
Kanye West has been the subject of dialog in view that his return to Twitter virtually two weeks ago. previ ous to his resurgence, West changed into hardly ever seen out for the past year. despite the fact, after a string of tweets that expressed his admiration of President Trump, an interview with Charlamagne Tha God discussing his intellectual breakdown, and a TMZ live interview by which he referred to as slavery a call; many are questioning if the "historic" Kanye remains round. Russell Simmons believes that as an alternative of condemning Kanye, americans deserve to show aid.
On Wednesday (may also 2), the 60-year-historic posted a picture to Instagram that examine, "Hip Hop: Kanye is suffering , he is unraveling in public. we've lost pals like Chris Lighty and different who have suffered in silence. reach out to him, he is your brother." Chris Lighty changed into an esteemed hip-hop tune execute and manager who committed suicide back in 2012 who worked intently with artists like 50 cent, LL Cool J, and Diddy.
although, Simmons' publish didn't cease. in the caption he known as for an "intervention" for the rapper.
"Time for intervention. No more memes. He has made your hits and stood with us within the trenches," examine the post. He continued by means of saying that he and Ye occupied Wall road together in addition to worked on numerous hip-hop summits. He additionally requested for Kanye to provide him a call returned so one can discuss the "50 valuable issues".
Uncle Rush ended the publish by means of asserting he refuses to consider a black man who supported black empowerment now says "slavery was a call" and believes Kanye is simply asserting this as he is not "working with a match state of mind".
Simmons himself has been in sizzling water amid allegations of rape with the aid of several young ladies. thus far, 15 ladies in complete have come ahead to annoy the rich person of sexual misconduct all the whereas he has fervently maintained his innocence claiming he would "on no account damage any one." Most these days, he demanded a trial via jury.
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