Rapper Kanye West has spent in just a few days deactivating all his personal accounts in different social networks, the result of his controversial and lively defense of the Trump administration on both Twitter and the TV show ‘Saturday Night Live’, to meet personally with the president in the White House this Thursday – from what emerges a surreal video in which he appears overly enthusiastic before the meeting – and, now, to return all the way to the virtual sphere to openly criticize the dictatorship of the political correction that, in his opinion, prevails in these digital forums.
“You know, when people try to influence you in social networks and tell you what to publish and what not, or if they censor you something because it does not belong to the dominant narrative, that is clearly an exercise in mind control.
It’s like a room with too much echo, try to make you believe that they are the majority and control you based on the number of ‘likes’ you can or can not receive, as if it were an incentive, “he assures through a video recorded in Uganda, where find preparing his next album.
As if it were a personal crusade to recover freedom of expression and the value of individuality, Kim Kardashian’s husband has encouraged his millions of followers to open their “hearts” and, above all, to deprogram their minds of the constant manipulation that, on the perception of reality, would be carried out systematically by those who work for that supposed status quo.
“Social networks told you that Hillary [Clinton] was going to win [the presidential election of November 2016] and did not win, social networks tell you that nobody loves me but the truth is that everyone does.
Everyone loves Ye [his alternative stage name] ! But if you let yourself be carried away by social networks, you will end up believing something else. So deprogram your minds and open your hearts. Guide yourself by your spirit and let your conscience be free, “he added in his striking return to public life.