Kanye West has nothing to hide! This Thursday night, the singer dropped his much-anticipated album, Ye. In it, he raps about Tristan Thompson’s cheating scandal and Kim Kardashian’s meltdown over his wild Twitter rant. At one point, Kanye, 40, even admits he suffers from bipolar disorder!
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Kanye has been teasing his tell-all album for some time now, addressing it various times during his bizarre Twitter outburst. Wife Kim, 37, even claimed it was the reason he did not attend the 2018 Met Gala with her — others believed his absence was due to the backlash he received on social media.
Kanye became the third member of the Kardashian family to speak out about Tristan Thompson’s infidelity drama, rapping in one song: “"All these THOTS on Christian Mingle... That’s what almost got Tristan single." The line seems to reference online dating apps — which the rapper suggests Tristan, 27, used to meet girls and cheat on Khloe Kardashian.
In his album, Kanye also addresses his very controversial Twitter rant — as well as his absurd comment about slavery being a choice. As Radar exclusively reported, Kim was so worried about her husband’s outbreak that she even thought about divorcing him to save their kids!
"Wife calling screaming saying we’re about to lose it all, I had to calm her down ‘cause she couldn’t breathe, I told her she could leave me now but she wouldn’t leave,” Kanye raps.
"This what they mean when they say 'For better or for worse, huh?'"
Amid fans’ speculation that Kanye has been suffering from mental health issues, the singer drops the bombshell that he is, in fact, bipolar.
In one of his songs, however, he claims the condition “ain’t no disability, I’m a superhero.”
The Yeezy designer goes on to address various other controversies, even touching on the #MeToo movement and the A-lister men who were accused.
“Russell Simmons want to pray for me too/ I pray for him because he got Me Too’d,” he raps.
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