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Is Kanye West A Clone?

The performer now known as Ye has people shaking their heads and asking some questions

Does Kanye really need an introduction? I mean he truly is one in a million, everyone has heard of Kanye at least once from his 160 million records sold. So I won’t waste anyone’s time explaining how accomplished Kanye is. Or go in depth about “I Wonder” “Runaway” or “Father Stretch My Hands” or his countless other hits. Instead, I will get into what everyone wants to know: how in the world could Kanye West be a clone?

Before you shut out the idea and mark it crazy just listen to the research I did and let me know what you think. In the past couple of years Kanye has spoken out about what he claims goes on in Hollywood. Some of the things he said were, ”Celebrities are controlled,” “Celebrities sacrifice family members,” “Brands hate him because he’s not controlled like other celebrities,” and “It’s possible people want him to go away as a way to silence him.” Kanye was also drugged and put in an involuntary psychiatric hold in 2016, which may or may not have been an attempt to silence Kanye. Either way, Kanye kept exposing what he claimed to be the truth about Hollywood. On their own these facts are off-putting but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. 

Without further ado let’s dive deeper. In 2022 Kanye was on a podcast and expressed he had so much power that he could say anti-Semitic stuff and Adidas wouldn’t drop partnership with him. So he made a remark “I like Hitler” to prove his point. And he got a bit dicey and said a couple more remarks like that. Those remarks caused Parler, Goodwill, Madame Tussauds, Peloton, Sketchers, TJ Maxx, Christies, Foot Locker, Adidas, Gap, Def Jam Records, Balenciaga, Donda Sports, MRC Entertainment, Vogue, JPMorgan Chase, and UTA to drop partnerships with Kanye. Even Kanye’s very own talent agency CAA cut ties with him. Now I understand you shouldn’t walk around saying “I like Hitler” or make precarious remarks. But I can’t be alone in thinking this was a bit of a magnification of Kanye’s poor choices by all of his partners. Many celebrities have done terrible things and have faced no punishments. So why Kanye out of all people? Maybe his remarks about Hollywood were right and they really did want him silenced.

Splashing into December of 2022 Kanye went silent on social media and was nowhere to be seen anywhere. Even his former business manager said he was missing. People started a “Why Is Kanye West Missing” campaign. In January of 2023 Kanye was finally found in public but something wasn’t right. Kanye West didn’t look like Kanye West. His head was misshapen, his shoulders were broader, along with some odd outfits and behaviors. And when he made his return to the big stage in 2023 his face was completely covered by a weird bag-like mask. This led big news companies to write about how Kanye could be a clone like,  The Mirror UK est. 1903, The Telegraph and The Daily Dot. Even Youtubers, Tiktokers, Twitter users, and just about every social media user were ranting about the new Kanye West.

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Whether Kanye West is a good person or not is besides the point; the real question is did Kanye West get replaced by a clone? Now that you have all the facts on this popular theory, you can decide. Either way we can all agree that the world is a crazy place with crazy events and we can never truly know the inner workings but it’s fun to speculate.

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