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Kanye West Has Been A Hitler Admirer For Twenty Years?

Kanye West
Kanye West

According to an article published by Rolling Stone today, Kanye West’s obsession with Hitler and the Nazis has been going on for nearly two decades! The article mentions half a dozen sources who worked with West and confirms that his bizarre admiration for the Führer goes much further than previously reported. Kanye has been talking positively about Hitler for 20 years but this was kept secret. Reportedly, West especially admired Nazi propaganda strategies and took inspiration from the “Hitler/Goebbels playbook” according to a former longtime collaborator.

Twenty years? If this is true, this means Kanye has talked about Hitler since the beginning of his career. He recorded his first studio albums, “The College Dropout,” and “Late Registration” in 2004 and 2005 when he was just 26 or 27, and he was already bringing up Hitler in conversations at the time. This sounds unbelievable but Rolling Stone reports: “It was in those early studio sessions the then-26-year-old frequently discussed Hitler and Nazis and quizzed others on their thoughts, according to a 2003 music industry source who claims to have witnessed the conversations firsthand. “It was like a daily thing,” the source says.” Ye would test collaborators and industry executives with awkward questions like “So what do you think about the Holocaust?” “It sometimes became heated depending on the person,” says the source who talked to Rolling Stone. I can’t even imagine… Later Kanye would “attempt to engage with you and evangelize his beliefs about Hitler and the Nazis to you”… “If he felt you were trustworthy,“ a longtime collaborator reveals.

Astonishingly, everyone got along with this ugliness, even when West called Hitler a “marketing genius” during a high-level meeting in 2015. Shouldn’t this have been the end of any business relationship? How didn’t any of these people call out West’s insanity? The Wrap has also recently revealed that an earlier version of the song “Famous” contained the line: “Where you can call niggas ‘niggas,’ but you better not mention Hitler. So tell me who runs the labels, where the guns from?” while we are told that the rapper wanted to name his eighth studio album “Hitler”.

If we believe Rolling Stone, West has been completely obsessed with Hitler for a very long time and this goes way beyond eccentricity or simple provocation. According to many collaborators, West has been using the same tactics and vocabulary as the Nazis to build his empire and his megaphone.

How some crazy behavior like this one could have stayed hidden for two decades? If it’s true, it means everyone was complicit, his close family knew everything but no one thought it was a problem and nobody spoke up because the money was too good I guess? Was Kim aware she was getting married and making babies with a Nazi sympathizer? I mean the Kardashians are crazy but are they that crazy?

Kanye is now in trouble: he was recently banned from Twitter and has reportedly financial problems.  The entire situation looks beyond ridiculous and shameful but there are nebulous parts as I am not exactly picturing how he could have used Nazi propaganda to promote his albums.

In the end, the most ironic part is that Kanye’s mother, a university professor, apparently never educated his son about Hitler’s hatred of Black people.

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