Popular American rapper Kanye West has finally spoken out after losing several deals as a result of his controversial comments against Jews on social media.
The musician, who received harsh criticism for his anti-Jewish comments on social media, preached love in a new Instagram post.
On October 27, 2022, Kanye West posted a message to top talent agent Ari Emmanuel in which he disclosed that he had lost $2 billion in a single day.
The rapper claimed that despite losing the huge amount, he was still very much alive. Ye continued by stating that it was a speech he gave out of love.
He continued by telling Ari that God and he both still loved him. The rapper concluded by saying that the money is not who he is.
Ye wrote: “Ari Emmanuel, I lost 2 billion dollars in one day and I’m still alive. This is love speech, I still love you, God still loves you, the money is not who I am, the people is who I am.
See his post below
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You can recall that, Ari Emmanuel had called on brands to stop working with the rapper after he made anti-semitic comments on social media.
According to reports, Kanye lost $2 billion in an one day as a result of top companies cutting relations with him, including Adidas, Balenciaga, the Good Music record label, Vogue, Talent agency, Banks, and his album sales, which dropped by 23%.
Many people believe the rapper has reached the bottom because major companies have cut ties with him after his statements about Jews.
However, after losing significant sums of money from top companies, Kanye West spoke about losing $2 billion in a single day in his “love speech,” which sparked a number of reactions on social media.
@hyp.oon wrote: Didn’t lose anything if you didn’t have it to begin with @kanyewest. Everything belongs to the Lord almighty.
@chadio said : 2 billion in one day is wild 😭
@tonysurphman also commented:In Ye we stand 👊🏽👊🏽👊🏽 ps I’m Jewish
@itsjessybaby also said: We love you ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ they don’t want you alive but you have to keep living❤️❤️
@yungicey :Money ain’t even the true key to happiness so Ye you didn’t lost to be honest.