Kanye West deletes his Instagram, posts the only photo of his childhood home
Kanye West posted a photo of his childhood home on Instagram after removing the rest of the content from his page.
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On Friday August 20, the rapper, producer and fashion mogul took a trip down memory lane ahead of his third ‘DONDA’ listening event, which takes place at Soldier Field in Chicago on Thursday, August 26.
After sharing a photo of his childhood home in Chicago’s South Shore neighborhood, where he lived with his late mother Donda, which is the inspiration behind the title of his long-awaited 10th studio album, West deleted the rest of the content of his account.
Last year, West bought his childhood home for $ 225,000, according to the local news station WGN9.
West’s mother bought the house in the early 1980s and sold it in 2004. After being foreclosed, it was bought by the rapper’s friend and collaborator, Rhymefest, who planned to turn the house into an “incubator.” community art â.
In 2016, Rhymefest called West for “dropping” the association and its plans, after which West’s ex-wife Kim Kardashian took to social media to defend her then-husband.
Since returning to Instagram in late July, West had shared numerous posts, including his temporary living quarters inside Atlanta’s Mercedes Benz Stadium, where he hosted his first two âDONDAâ and had lived during the making of the album.
Earlier this week, West manager Bu Thiam confirmed that the rapper’s long-delayed album “DONDA” will be released after listening in Chicago this week.
West’s 10th studio album has previously premiered at two listening events at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, although the record has yet to be released.
However, Thiam has now said that West will “absolutely” release “DONDA” after this week’s listening event, although he has not confirmed the exact release date.
Meanwhile, West has apparently responded to Drake’s dissension over the latter’s ‘Betrayal’ Trippie Redd collaboration, calling him out in a group text between eight people – including Pusha T.