KANYE WEST said “come and get me” after he announced that “he’s done” making music until his contract with Sony and Universal wraps up.
The controversial star took to Twitter and turned heads with his latest tweet about his future albums.
He wrote: “I’m not putting no more music out till I’m done with my contract with Sony and Universal … On God … in Jesus name … come and get me.”
The rapper then added an emoji of a skier on the slopes.
Fans were thrown for a loop, as one wrote: “ok bro but when does the contract end?”
Another added: “I guess we shouldn’t be surprised by this.”
The tweet comes just a few days after the Grammy winner demanded a seat on the boards of Gap and Adidas, adding, “black board seats matter!”
He also has a streetwear and sneaker brand at Adidas, which in 2019 was valued at up to $3 billion.
The hitmaker’s latest rant comes amid a roller coaster last couple of months, which has mainly focused on his marital problems with wife, Kim Kardashian.
Kanye also claimed in a tweet that he’s been trying to divorce the reality TV star for two years.
The pair, who share kids North, seven, Saint, four, Chicago, two, and Psalm, 15 months, have gone on numerous getaways to work on their relationship, including most recently taking a trip to Dominican Republic.
However, a source previously told The Sun exclusively that Kim, 39, is still concerned for her husband.
The insider said: “Kanye is very unwell and everyone’s very worried for him.
“He’s acting extremely paranoid and seems convinced Kim and Kris Jenner are ‘out to get him.’
“He’s told her that if the Kardashian family try and stage an intervention he’ll live stream it on Twitter and ‘show the world the truth.’”
While his marriage continues to take hits, Kanye is making changes as he recently built a white wall around the Los Angeles home he shares with Kim and their children.
The walls surround two different buildings, with entrance to one building via a circular tunnel.
The Sun understands it is also the same site where the entertainer planned to build Star Wars-inspired dome buildings as affordable housing, before he was ordered to take them down by the LA County Department of Public Works for building without permits.
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