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Kanye West Backtracks with "Vultures" Release, Sparking Outrage and Debate

Wednesday, December 13, 2023 • Tamil Comments
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Just when we thought Kanye West, now known as Ye, had faded into oblivion following months of anti-Semitic comments, he is back with quite the bang. He threw a wild album release party at Miami's extravagant Art Basel, causing heads to turn and tongues to wag on forgiveness and accountability.Today's big names in the market, including Ty Dolla Sign, Lil Baby, and Nicki Minaj, are seen on his newly mastered album "Vultures." Its brand new song was just released last Monday but has already been slaughtered by pitchforking critics for its appalling lyrics.

Two earlier anti-Semitic statements by the West did excite social media as well. Tweets quoting "Death Con 3" against Jews, Nazi imagery, and inflammable interviews were not at all forgotten at any cost in the celebrity-packed house. His fashion choice at this time-a pointed black hood obviously resembling KKK attire-added more injury to these insults.

Art Basel said nothing about the point of the event, though others made sure to voice their opinions. In Art Basel venues, artists displayed milk cartons with the names of Israeli hostages printed on them.

Amid the controversy, it's expected that "Vultures" will get a tremendous stream number. The album features a host of interesting guest personalities, including incarcerated rapper Kodak Black, who is reportedly studying Judaism while locked up.

"Vultures," whether it indicates a resurgence or further cements West's status as a divisive character, only time will tell. But one thing is for sure: His return to the limelight was anything but unexciting.

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