The last months have been pretty wild in the land of Kanye West news. His comments about slavery as an option, calls to abolish the 13th Amendment and open admiration for President Trump, to the chagrin of many of his fans, reached a critical point with his odd televised meeting of the Oval Office with the president earlier this month. .
This same weekend, he was credited with designing the logo of the shirts connected to "Blexit", a call for African-Americans to leave the Democratic Party that has been defended by Candace Owens, the spokesperson for the pro-Trump Turning Point organization. USES.
Now, the West is apparently cutting all political ties. In the tweets published on Tuesday, he apparently tried to withdraw from many of the statements, statements, fragments of social networks and interviews that have characterized his public persona in recent months.
"My eyes are now wide open and now I realize that they have used me to spread messages that I do not believe in," he wrote on Twitter. "I'm moving away from politics and I'm completely focusing on being creative!"
Maybe the turning point came this weekend. It was then when the "Blexit" merchandise was unveiled during the Black Youth Summit of Turning Point USA.
"Blexit is a renaissance and I am blessed to say that this logo, these colors, were created by my dear friend and superhero Kanye West," said Owens, a pro-Trump Internet activist, according to Page Six.
But West tweeted that he did not really design the logo and that he does not want to have anything to do with "Blexit".
Before tweeting about the drama "Blexit", West fired messages about the current state of his political positions.
It's unclear what triggered the sudden tweeting, but it seems to imply that his family and friends, who support his "real beliefs," may be involved.
The West has always been prone to public outbursts. But he felt a little different at a concert in 2016 when he surprised his fans by saying he would have voted for Trump, if he had. He also burst onto the stage during another concert.
Days later he was hospitalized for stress and exhaustion at the Ronald Reagan Medical Center at UCLA in Los Angeles, and the rest of his tour dates were canceled.
West stayed out of the spotlight for a while, even removing his Twitter account. He returned to the social media platform in April to announce several albums. He also said that he was writing a philosophy book entitled "Break the simulation", only to reveal later that the philosophy book was actually his tweets.
Among these tweets was one that said: "I love the way Candace Owens thinks". Owens, who once used the name Red Pill Black, has argued that the media has brainwashed blacks to vote for Democrats.
During the same period of time, he seemed to express again his support for Trump, tweeting a photo of a red hat "Make America Great Again" signed. He even released a song in which he and rapper T.I. debate the admiration of the West by Trump.
West also used the cover of his album "Ye" to express that he had a bipolar disorder, although he later told the president at his meeting in the White House that he had been misdiagnosed.
But perhaps the most provocative thing West did in recent months was during an interview with TMZ that slavery was a choice made by slaves.
"When you hear about slavery for 400 years, for 400 years?" West said. "That sounds like a choice, like you were there for 400 years, and all of you, it's like we're mentally in jail."