Kanye West Alleges He Was “Mentally Misdiagnosed” After His Comeback To Twitter
Kanye West was told in 2016 that he had bipolar disorder, but he now says that the diagnosis was wrong.
The rapper began his customary Thursday night practice of calling out individuals close to him while exposing private text messages after being banned from Twitter earlier due to anti-Semitic remarks.
Once more, I was up against Jewish former personal trainer Harley Pasternak.
The rapper shared a screenshot of what appears to be his purported discussion with the famous trainer along with the statement, “What should be evident by now is that I was raised to stand for my truth regardless of the consequences.”
In order to make myself a controllable, well-behaved star, I was mentally misdiagnosed and almost drugged to death, I will repeat that I was.
Pasternak encouraged West to stop using “cuss words” or saying “crazy stuff” in the text message and to have a “kind, honest discourse” with him based on “facts.”
Pasternak’s next message, in which he seemed to threaten to put West, 45, back in a facility, had a different tone.
“As a second alternative, I’ll put you back in an institution where they’ll medicate the hell out of you and send you back to Zombieland for good. It just won’t be the same having a play date with the kids.
When Kanye West was admitted to the hospital in 2016 due to his “erratic” behavior, Pasternak is thought to have been the one to dial 911.
Friends allege that the rapper-turned-fashion designer is currently experiencing a “psychiatric episode,” which is why he is being criticized for his horrific anti-Semitic remarks.
However, a lot of individuals, including a lot of famous people, maintain that West’s mental health does not absolve him from the repercussions of his remarks.
His claims about Pasternak come at the same time as news that West allegedly paid off a former employee who had been trying for a long time to come forward and say that he was anti-Semitic.
NBC claims that the worker saw the rapper laud Adolf Hitler and Nazis in meetings; the artist disputes this.
The Grammy-winning musician reportedly also planned to call his 2018 album “Hitler.”
After West vowed to “go death con 3” on Jews and accused the “Jewish media” of censoring him, the unsettling charges came to light.