Kanye West Regrets Not Standing By A$AP Bari Amid Sexual Assault Allegations

>> Kanye West Regrets Not Standing By A$AP Bari Amid Sexual Assault Allegations

Kanye West Regrets Not Standing By A$AP Bari Amid Sexual Assault Allegations


Kanye West attends the Ralph Lauren fashion show during New York Fashion Week at Bethesda Terrace on September 7, 2018 in New York City.

“That was some p***sy shit on my part.”

In early August, it was revealed that A$AP Bari wouldn’t be charged after being accused of rape. At the time the allegations came out, his closest friends and collaborators in the game distanced themselves from him publicly, including Kanye West. However, ‘Ye has now come out with an apology of sorts to Bari for allowing letting “perception and robots control” him.

Kanye West’s took to Twitter to apologize to A$AP Bari for not standing by him while the A$AP Mob founder faced accusations of sexual assault over the past year. The rapper shared a screenshot of a FaceTime conversation he recently had with A$AP Bari and credited him for helping him get the “number 1 record in the world” and breaking him out of his “pretentious rich n***a shell.”

“Bari challenged me when no one else did and when he got in trouble I was scared to say he was my friend just like I did with xxx and that was some pussy shit on my part.” He wrote, “I let the perception and the robots control me. That’s the true sunken place.”

‘Ye continued to thank Bari for his perspective and vision as well as helping him get closer to A$AP Rocky before reminding his followers that, “Jedis never let perception and cancel culture get between them.”

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Kanye West’s “Yandhi” Will Feature XXXTentacion & 6ix9ine


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Kanye West’s “Yhandi” will feature a few prominent young voices.

Kanye West‘s Yandhi is coming, and fans have been wondering if we’re about to hear yet another stylistic departure from the divisive personality. While many enjoyed Ye as a standalone body of work, the consensus seemed to favor previous entries in his catalog. While that does suggest an incapability to live in the moment, it also speaks to the sheer quality of Yeezy’s discography.

As you might know, a MAGA hat, Kapernick shirt-sporting Yeezy recently stopped by The Fader offices, where he proceeded to preview his upcoming project. According to a report from those in attendance, the album features appearances from 6ix9ine and the late XXXTentacion; not only that, but is also set to record some last minute vocals, in honor with the tradition of leaving it down to the wire. 

“Saint, you don’t really need a last name,” raps Kanye, previewing one of the Yandhi tracks. “North you don’t really need a last name.” Unfortunately, the snippet concludes prematurely, leaving audiences living in suspense over whether or not Chicago does, in fact, need a last name. In any case, we won’t have to wait much longer for enlightenment. Yandhi is set to arrive on September 29th, one day after Lil Wayne drops Tha Carter V. Kanye admitted that Weezy’s sales would inevitably overshadow his own, and decided to allocate the Friday real estate accordingly.

A far cry from the Kanye who once dared face 50 Cent in an open field, during a sales battle for the ages. Perhaps Calabasas really did soften his disposition. Either way, Yeezy season is once again approaching. You think this one has potential?




6ix9ine Is The Reigning King Of Europe On Vladimir Cauchemar’s “Aulos Reloaded”

6ix9ine Is The Reigning King Of Europe On Vladimir Cauchemar’s “Aulos Reloaded”

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6ix9ine collaborates with a mysterious French artist for “Aulos Reloaded.”

This month, Tekashi 6ix9ine decided that he was tired of being the “King of New York” and although he’s welcome to reclaim the throne whenever he wants, the buzzing star prefers showing off his talents to a European market. If you’ve been to a party in Europe in the last five years, you know techno is huge over there. Electronic music as a whole is one of the biggest genres in most European countries so, naturally, 6ix9ine is getting his feet wet in that aspect.

The New Yorker has previously collaborated with some obscure acts from Europe but this is perhaps the most mysterious joint yet. Vladimir Cauchemar released the original “Aulos” months ago, using a prominent recorder sample to craft a pretty unique instrumental. Tekashi must have heard it and asked to make a remix because here we are, listening to the man yelling over the French producer’s beat. As the “King of Europe,” we’re likely to hear a few more collaborations between 6ix9ine and European artists or producers. 

In other news, Tekashi has been teasing his upcoming single, produced by Tay Keith, which is set to debut on Sunday. He’s promising to go 10/10 on the charts with it and, so far, it seems to have all the elements of his next chart success. But what do you think of his contributions to “Aulos Reloaded?”

She off of the Molly, I’m off in them shawties
I’m catching a body, she wore all of the blue
Hundreds of them, man, I’m busting, she s-ckin’
Can somebody pass me a water or something?
Rosé I’m sippin’, I’m pimpin’, I’m pimpin’
I’m fucking these b-tches, I’m sippin’, I’m mixin’