The “Donda” rapper, who legally changed his name to Ye, shared on Instagram on Wednesday his opinions on the ideal person to play him in a biopic on his life.
It’s interesting to note that Ye reportedly asked his 18 million social media followers on Page Six who they would like to see play him in a “Ye movie.”
“My pick is Jamie Foxx One of the greatest geniuses ” He described the Oscar winner as “one of the greatest minds” in a post that has since been deleted.
According to Page Six, the hitmaker also asked his 18 million fans who they would like to see play him in a “Ye movie.”
Ye and Foxx have collaborated on a number of previous projects, including Ye’s “College Dropout” single “Slow Jamz” from 2004 and the “Late Registration” smash “Gold Digger” from 2005. The rapper also had a guest appearance on Foxx’s smash song “Extravaganza” in 2005.
The two men reconnected on Instagram Live in February, giving followers a sneak peek at a new project they were working on.
Regarding Kanye’s youth and hunger at the time, Foxx reminded fans in reference to their song “Slow Jamz.” “Look at us now. There’s a reason we crossed paths. I’m eager for you to see the next move.
For wearing a “White Lives Matter” jersey during his YZY SZN 9 fashion show at Paris Fashion Week on Monday, West recently sparked controversy.
Civil rights organizations like the Anti-Defamation League view the term as a hate slogan. According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, it was developed as “a racist response to the civil rights movement’s Black Lives Matter.”
In a slew of since-deleted Instagram postings published on Tuesday morning, Ye responded to criticism of his choice to wear the slogan in a slew of since-deleted Instagram postings published on Tuesday morning.
He said in one post that everyone is aware that Black Lives Matter was a fraud. It is now over. Thank you very much.
In an interview with Fox News’s Tucker Carlson on Thursday, the Grammy winner defended his controversial style choice.
I do certain things from a feeling, I just channel the energy. It just feels right. “It’s using a gut instinct, a connection with God, and just brilliance,” West described how he came to his decision.