With Billie Eilish threat, Kanye West accused of ‘bullying another woman’

With Billie Eilish threat, Kanye West accused of ‘bullying another woman’
With Billie Eilish threat, Kanye West accused of ‘bullying another woman’
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With Billie Eilish threat, Kanye West accused of ‘bullying another woman’ Kim Kardashian | Kanye West Kanye West hates successful women Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's divirce, in addition to being controversial, is very unusual. Sometimes Kanye accuses Kim Kardashian and then deletes posts related to Kim Kardashian. Then, in disbelief, and when we all think Kanye and Kim Kardashian are right, he asks Kim Kardashian's family to apologize to him. On the other hand, just when he addresses Julia Fox as his girlfriend, he begs God to bring Kim Kardashian back. After Billie Eilish made a comment about helping people in distress at her concert, Kanye "Ye" West gave an ultimatum. Here's what she said in response. Travis who? After Billie Eilish stopped her Feb. 5 concert to help a fan who had trouble breathing, she seemingly made a diss at Travis Scott. (You remember what happened at Astroworld.) And her onstage remark—" I wait for people to be OK until I keep going"—didn't sit well with Kanye "Ye" West. "COME ON BILLIE WE LOVE YOU PLEASE APOLOGIZE TO TRAV AND TO THE FAMILIES OF THE PEOPLE WHO LOST THEIR LIVES," the rapper, set to headline Coachella alongside Billie and Harry Styles, wrote on Instagram Feb. 9. "NO ONE INTENDED THIS TO HAPPEN TRAV DIDN'T HAVE ANY IDEA OF WHAT WAS HAPPENING WHEN HE WAS ON STAGE AND WAS VERY HURT BY WHAT HAPPENED AND YES TRAV WILL BE WITH ME AT COACHELLA BUT NOW I NEED BILLIE TO APOLOGIZE BEFORE I PERFORM." But Billie doesn't want you (or Ye) trying to read between the lines. Commenting on his post, she wrote, "literally never said a thing about travis. was just helping a fan." While Travis has not responded to Billie himself, he did like Ye's post, which has generated more than 1.3 million likes. In November, 10 people died from accidental suffocation after being crushed in the crowd at his Astroworld Festival in Houston while he performed onstage. Travis has said he is "absolutely devastated" about the tragedy, which has led to multiple multi-million-dollar lawsuits. In December, he told Charlamagne tha God, "It wasn't really until minutes until the press conference until I found out exactly what happened." As of late January, nearly 400 lawsuits filed against Scott and Live Nation over the music festival tragedy are being handled as one case representing nearly 2,800 victims. In the suit, the plaintiffs are seeking billions of dollars in damages and allege negligence in the planning and managing of the music festival. In Scott's first interview a month after the tragedy, the "Sicko Mode" rapper — who has denied allegations of negligence and previously requested to be dismissed from several lawsuits — claimed that he couldn't hear any screams for help when the crowd surge began. "It's 50,000 people … you got lights, you got sound, you got [pyrotechnics], you got your in-ears, you got the band, there's all types of stuff going on," he told Charlamagne Tha God. "Everything kind of just sounds the same. At the end of the day, you just hear music." Kanye West accused of ‘bullying another woman’ People are noting a disturbing pattern in Kanye West’s public outbursts against women, following his ultimatum to singer Billie Eilish and his vitriol directed at Kim Kardashian Kanye West has his die-hard defenders, but others might agree with rapper Azealia Banks, who said last week accused West of being an “abusive psychopath” who has long benefited from people “making way too many excuses” for him. Banks specifically was talking about West’s hurtful public statements about his 8-year-old daughter, North, and how he and his estranged wife, Kim Kardashian, had considered aborting her. North West isn’t the only female who has been in West’s cross-hairs lately, according to women and some men on Twitter, who have been taking note of his “misogyny” since he went after Billie Eilish on Thursday. “Kanye continues to be an abusive jerk to women everywhere,” tweeted writer Molly Knight. A mental health specialist also wrote: “Kanye West on to bullying another woman. Y’all still don’t see the pattern?” West, who legally changed his name to Ye, issued an ultimatum to Eilish, demanding that the 20-year-old singer apologize to his friend, Travis Scott, for a comment she made at a recent concert. Eilish talked about taking care of her fans after she stopped her performance to look after a fan who was struggling to breathe. As Eilish pointed out, she never “said a thing about Travis,” but West, 44, viewed her comment as an insult to Scott, whose alleged failure to stop his Nov. 5 Astroworld Festival performance led to an out-of-control crowd and 10 deaths. West said he wouldn’t perform at the Coachella musical festival unless Eilish apologized. “Kanye hates successful women,” tweeted another woman. “First Taylor and now Billie, when will it end?” This user was referring to West’s on-off efforts over the years to demean Taylor Swift, starting in 2009 when he interrupted her as she was accepted an MTV Video Music Awards for best female video. West infamously told Swift, then 19: “Beyonce had the best video of all time.” West’s threat to Eilish also won no support from the grandparents of a 9-year-old boy killed at Scott’s Astroworld concert. Tericia Blount, the grandmother of Ezra Blount, told Rolling Stone that West should be praising Eilish, not lashing out at her. “She’s making sure that she is caring for the patrons at her concert, and I just think that’s crazy of Kanye to even let that demand come out of his mouth.” Much of West’s ire of late has been focused on Kardashian, who filed for divorce last year. He’s made repeated pleas for them to reconcile, this week posting happy family photos with the caption in all caps: “GOD PLEASE BRING OUR FAMILY BACK TOGETHER.” West also shared lyrics, threatening her new boyfriend, Pete Davidson, and has disparaged Kardashian in various ways in since-deleted tweets. He claimed she accused him of “putting a hit out on her,” alleged she has been trying to keep him from seeing their four children, and suggested she’s not the hands-on parent she purports to be. With regard to North, he also derided Kardashian’s parenting choices by allowing the little girl to be on TikTok. In response, Kardashian called out West for his “hurtful” “constant attacks” on social media and said they should be handling their disagreements privately. “Divorce is difficult enough on our children and Kanye’s obsession with trying to control and manipulate our situation so negatively and publicly is only causing further pain for all,” she wrote on Instagram. Banks agreed that West’s public comments were hurtful, especially when he brought up North. “Y’all are making way too many excuses for Kanye,” the rapper wrote in an Instagram story. “This is the second time he has publicly bullied North West. First with the abortion (expletive) and now putting her on blast on his Instagram page as if she is some sort of criminal.” ​​”Kanye is an abusive psychopath, it’s beyond mental illness,” Banks continued, referring to West’s acknowledged bipolar disorder. Banks also said that West is “making it his business to wreck the mental health” of Kardashian, his children’s mother. West’s defenders on Twitter insisted Thursday that he doesn’t necessarily target women but that he’s famously outspoken and known for his beefs with variety of people, including other male artists, “the whole of SNL” and the “whole of White America.” But Banks argued: “I have never once seen Kanye have this much smoke for any of his male adversaries.” West and his defenders furthermore say that he has been the victim of behind-the-scenes machinations by Kardashian, her powerful manager and mother, Kris Jenner, and the rest of the Kardashian family. “Kim’s family has been trashing him in TMZ even when they appeared to be happily married and his beef with Billie isn’t coming out of nowhere,” one person tweeted early Friday. Someone else noted that people don’t take West’s disturbing outbursts against women seriously, mainly because they don’t like Kardashian or her attention-seeking reality TV family. “People are taking it as a joke because they don’t like Kim, but his behavior is very concerning and yes I definitely see a pattern,” the person wrote. It’s nothing new to say that West is “controlling” of Kardashian and other women in his orbit. Such behavior is notably apparent is in the way that the Yeezy fashion designer dictates how his partners dress, according to KQED writer Rae Alexandra. Amber Rose spoke repeatedly about Kanye’s attempts to control her wardrobe while the two were a couple, Alexandra said. With Kardashian, West seemed to find a more malleable partner. In a 2012 episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” filmed just a few months into their relationship, West was seen telling Kardashian to “clean out everything” from her closet. Her pleas to keep a few accessories were repeatedly shot down. Indeed, no secret was made of the fact that West exerted “extreme control” over Kardashian’s style choices for the duration of their marriage, Alexandra said. Now it looks as though he’s dictating the fashion choices for his new girlfriend, Julia Fox, with the two parading around at Parish Fashion Week in near matching denim and leather outfits. As Alexandra points out, a man’s attempt to control his partner’s wardrobe is “a red flag” for other issues. She quoted an article in Everyday Health that said: “Controlling men like to be in charge. They like to tell women what to do, wear and be, and even how and when to speak.” “Most controlling men don’t really believe they are controlling,” the Everyday Health article continued. “In their minds, they’re merely helping their wives or girlfriends to ‘improve,’ and they honestly believe that men are entitled to have things just the way they With Billie Eilish threat, Kanye West accused of ‘bullying another woman’ | Kim Kardashian Source E Online People Mercury News

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