Kanye West resurfaced on social media on Saturday and announced he had a “good meeting” with his ex-wife Kim Kardashian about their children’s education.
Earlier this week, the 45-year-old rap star angrily posted screenshots of his text arguments with Kim about where their kids should go to school.
But when he launched his Instagram this weekend, he wrote: “Hi guys I’m baaaaack. I’m sorry it took me so long to post.
Mending fences?: Kanye West resurfaced on social media on Saturday and announced he had a “good meeting” with his ex-wife Kim Kardashian about their children’s education
Parents of four: Earlier this week, the 45-year-old rap star angrily posted screenshots of his text arguments with Kim about where their kids should go to school
However, he used the rest of his caption to continue beating up a crowd of enemies including Adidas exec Daniel Cherry, Kid Cudi, Pete Davidson and more.
The rapper-turned-designer has publicly declared a feud with Adidas, who he has partnered with through his Yeezy empire.
Additionally, the Chicago-raised star added fuel to his arguments with Cudi and Davidson, ex-wife Kim Kardashian’s former boyfriend.
On Saturday afternoon, the father of four appeared to be spinning in real time as he uploaded a long string of Instagram posts that continued from Friday.
Ridicule: The 45-year-old rapper-turned-designer has publicly declared a feud with Adidas, who he works with through his Yeezy empire
In one of his latest messages, he shared a manipulated image of Cudi and Cherry standing side by side with an Adidas logo on each of their chests.
He joked: “I’m sure this picture will send adidas shares through the roof. Welcome, Jing Ulrich, who is on the Board of Directors of adidas and JP Morgan. So it makes sense now that when I wanted to sell JP Morgan, things went quiet.”
Consistent with his previous posts, the caption consisted of a long continuous sentence with grammatical and spelling mistakes, making it difficult to read in full.
Not OK: He turned his anger on Cherry, Adidas’ senior vice president/general manager, and let loose a slew of threats and angry messages
Choice words: West called the executive a “venture capitalist that it is.” [sic] Capitalism is just adventure,” he continued, “cannot create anything, so they try to surpass the creators. Die Hard
He turned his anger on Cherry, Adidas’ senior vice president/general manager, and let loose a slew of threats and angry messages.
Against a black background, he typed in white capital letters, “I guarantee you will have to move before I’m legally done with you.”
West called the executive a “venture capitalist who’s.” [sic] Capitalism is just adventure,” he continued, “cannot create anything, so they try to surpass the creators. Die Hard.”
In a separate but equally angry post, he added: “F — A VC. WHAT NOW.’
“Ye’s frustration stems from feeling left out of managing the Yeezy Gap brand he oversees.
Explosive: In several posts, Kanye listed the names, positions and photos of international Adidas employees
Kanye took great pride in describing Andreessen Horowitz as “the only VC I like,” making another exception when he added, “and Cyrus.”
Tom Brady joined the comments to express his approval as he wrote “Andreessen Horowitz” with three red “100” emojis.
West screenshot and shared the comment with his 16.8million followers and pulled Pete into the narrative with his caption, in which he referred to him as “Skete.”
The “Through the Wire” hitmaker wrote: “Tom Brady in the comments it’s over. He must hate Skete too. let him aloooooone. Hi North, I’m Skete Do something illegal so we can take him out of your life. From hi Saint. look at my tattoo I have your name tattooed on my body. I also have a Kid Cudi tattoo but nobody knows who he is.’ Cherry hats for tourists.’
Back to Pete: West screenshotted a comment by football icon Tomb Brady and shared it with his 16.8million followers, drawing Pete into the narrative with his caption referring to him as “Skete”.
Earlier this week, Kanye set Instagram on fire with sensational screenshots of him arguing with Kim over a text message about their children’s schooling.
The kids are currently attending a posh private school in Los Angeles, but Kanye apparently wanted them transferred to his own newly opened Donda Academy, a Christian school he named after his late mother.
“You have no say in where the kids go to school,” he raged at Kim over a text message. ‘Why say say. Because you’re half white?’
He also targeted Kim’s mother, Kris Jenner, whom he referred to as “Kris Jong Un” a few years ago.
Shocking: In one text, he insisted on meeting Kim in person and suggested she take charge of her children’s choice at school because Kim is ‘half white’
Kim responded by delivering a message from Kris herself asking him to stop swearing at her because it “stresses” her at her age of 66.
“You have no idea about my black children and where they go to school. They won’t do Playboy and sex tapes,” Kanye wrote, taking a dig at Kim’s star porn video and Playboy cover. “Tell your Clinton friends to come get me. I’m here.’
In another Instagram post, he also contradicted the fact that the children’s school teaches students about Kwanzaa.
“What the heck is Kwanzaa and who came up with this crap,” the devout Christian rapper demanded on social media.
“This is stressing me out to no end”: Things got even more personal when he shared another message that Kim had sent on behalf of her mother, Kris Jenner
Too secular? He also had issues with Kwanzaa and how it was taught at a private school, an institution he previously said he didn’t want his children to attend
In another post, he called out his “fellow C** donors” Tristan Thompson, Travis Scott and Scott Disick, who all had children with different women in the Kardashian-Jennery reality star family.
Station wagon Kanye, A$AP Rocky and Antonio Brown, who showed up together at a photoshoot earlier this year, were towed away over the weekend, TMZ reported. The outlet noted that the vehicle was taken away at the request of the police.
An employee at the towing company explained that the cream-colored car was illegally parked in a Los Angeles neighborhood, resulting in multiple subpoenas.
Photos of the trio were taken by Kevin Wong and shared on social media back in January.