Kanye West has inscrutably disclosed the source of his “biggest inspiration” by publishing a mysterious post on social media that details his experiences and perspectives.
The rapper just gave his Instagram account one day’s worth of attention before posting a message that says, “Look to the Children… Look to the Homeless… As the primary source of motivation for the creation of all designs.”
Because he did not accompany the message with a caption, West did not give any background information about his most recent philosophical thought. However, the comment portion is altered by followers who seem to have a profound comprehension of his attitude.
One commenter who has received over 11,000 likes so far agreed with West’s assertion that “more adults need to turn to children for pure ideas.” This commenter made their point in response to West’s post.
Another user connected West’s statement and a famous remark ascribed to Pablo Picasso. The quotation follows: “It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but it took me a lifetime to color like a child.”
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West made news earlier this week for an extra strange message he posted on Instagram. In the post, he seemed to celebrate the breakup of Pete Davidson and (West’s ex-wife) Kim Kardashian, and he also looked to throw shade at Kid Cudi.
It occurred only a few days after West was forced to hire a fifth attorney to assist him in the divorce proceedings he was going through with Kardashian. It happened after it was revealed that Davidson had been compelled to seek trauma counseling due to West’s harassment of her.
Additionally, West, Lil Uzi Vert, and Steve Lacy all got tattoos that matched each other this week. A short while ago, West expressed his admiration for Internet guitarist Steve Lacy’s most recent record, “Gemini Rights,” and referred to Lacy as “one of the most amazing guys on the globe.”
About Kanye West:
Kanye West is a hip-hop artist, record producer, and fashion designer from the United States. He is generally recognized as one of his generation’s best musicians and one of the greatest and most influential hip-hop artists.
Born in Atlanta and reared in Chicago, West rose to fame as a producer for Roc-A-Fella Records in the early 2000s.
He did this by creating the “chipmunk soul” sampling technique and releasing songs for several singers. He released his first studio album, The College Dropout (2004), to critical and financial acclaim, intending to forge a solo career as a rapper. Later that year, West established his record company, GOOD Music.