Kanye West fans mock ‘cancel culture’ as ‘Vulture 1’ escalates

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Despite controversy surrounding the rapper and several attempts to cancel Kanye WestHis new project with TY Dolla has reached the top spot on the Spotify charts.

The update, which was uploaded by the music executive himself, prompted his fans to not only celebrate the feat but also call out his haters’ failed cancellation attempt.

Kanye West fans deal with haters for failed attempt to cancel him

Following a series of anti-Semitic comments and controversies in 2022, many brands and artists decided to distance themselves from Ye. In fact, many viewers declared that the controversial rap image would never resurface in the music industry.

This theory has apparently been dispelled following the release of their “Vultures 1” album on February 9, which has now reached the number one spot on Spotify. father of four children Posted A screenshot of the win for their social media fans to see and admire.

With the post garnering over 300k likes in less than an hour, online celebrities also took to the comments section to express their views. “Cancel culture can’t cancel Vulture,” one person declared, while another chimed in, “Well (Don’t Die) is so underrated,” a third said, “Of course you did The Bachelor.” Has received the degree of.

At the same time a fourth Instagram user commented, “You canceled cancel culture,” while a fifth reiterated, “Now they know they can’t cancel greatness,” and a fifth praised him for being a “brilliant antisymmetric king.” Praised for this.

Other comments included, “Can’t ever stop the culture #NewJesus!”, “Best rapper of the last 20 years,” and “Still the king.”

It is worth noting that this is not the first time that Ye has received positive response from fans this month. The “Jesus Walks” hitmaker turned heads when he unveiled his daughter North’s vocals on the track titled “Talking/Once Again.”

The ten-year-old was heard singing about “problems” and people “just talking” in a music video for the song, which is part of the “Vultures 1” project.

After shouting these words, “You don’t want any problems. You’re just talkin’,” the Yeezy founder and his ex-wife Kim Kardashian’s first child rapped, adding, “It’s your best friend. Miss Miss Westie. Don’t try to test me. This will get messed up. Just bless me.”

In reaction to the visual and song, one fan commented, “You are truly raising a legend before our eyes.”

A second supporter gushed, “There’s something about Kanye doing a collaboration with his kid that inspires me… it’s perfect,” and a third confirmed, “Father daughter pairing more “Seems deeper. The industry needs more of this.”

You expressed your unhappiness about your inability to perform live in public


Ye previously touched upon the cancellation attempt when he returned to Instagram with an emotional comment about the current state of his career.

“I have not been allowed to perform in a year. “This sounds like an Elvis Presley movie,” he wrote, before detailing his stories.

In the first clip posted, the Grammy winner proudly displayed her $850,000 permanent titanium teeth with a black ensemble. He began, “This is this. We sold out the United Center in just seven minutes, and I wanted to let everyone there know if there was anyone who could help.

Expressing disappointment, yes Said, “This is the only area where I had access last year, and when I call, people say there is no use for me, and you know why. So, if there’s anyone out there who can help, please do.”

While it was unclear whether their announcement of disappointment was specifically targeting the United Center or other key areas, The Blast noticed that the venue’s website indicated that on February 8, “Y & TY Dollar $ign Vultures Listening Experience”.

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