Kanye West (Kanye West) gave him a Grammy award ceremony.
In the Twitter crash on Wednesday, the 43-year-old “Jesus Walks” rapper threw one of his 21 trophies into the toilet, which filled the toilet.
“Give me a voice…I want to stop,” he subtitled the video, and after posting screenshots of his contract with Def Jam Music Group, a subsidiary of Universal Music Group, he shared the video on Twitter.
West’s offensive video came out of a rush of tweets about musicians’ lack of rights to their master record.
He wrote on Twitter: “The artist should have our master. The artist starved to death and did not have touring. Ima got our master. For all artists… pray for me.”
West even called on Taylor Swift (Taylor Swift) to help complete his task. Taylor Swift publicly criticized “Big Machine Records” last year by selling her owner to Scooter Braun.
He wrote: “Bono, can I get a retweet to love you Paul, can I get a retweet to love you? Drake Kendrick and even Taylor.” “We need you now.”
Swift, 30, has not publicly responded to West’s call.
Twitter subsequently asked West to delete a tweet in which he revealed the phone number of Randall Lane, chief content officer of Forbes. The platform hid the tweet from public view, but West will not be able to tweet again unless she deletes it herself.
As of press time, West’s latest tweet read: “90% of record contracts on the planet are still on usage fees. Standard record contracts are a trap you can never recover, and there are all these hidden costs, such as “distribution fees. “Many labels have signed contracts, and we can make more money from our work without even spending time.”