Kanye West recently made shocking revelations regarding his financial challenges as he disclosed that he was dangerously close to bankruptcy two months ago.
The Famous crooner exclusively told to TMZ, “I'm just be honest with y'all. I was two months from going bankrupt, and I put everything I had into it [the album and the Super Bowl advert].”
He went on to explain, “We moved to Italy. We moved to the factories, and we survived. We survived through the cancellation. We're back number one.”
West who was previously married to Kim Kardashian revealed that his brand Yeezy earned $ 19.3 million from the Super Bowl commercial and his album Vultures topped the charts in 100 countries.
On asking about weather he considered these controversies “helped” him, the Carnival singer said, “It wasn't about the controversy. It was about being able to say how you felt out loud.”
He continued, “If I didn't have the various skill sets of music and clothing and the fanbase, they would have been able to destroy me.”
West further added, “But because we had all those skill sets, somehow I'm here inside of this universe able to fight.”
He was asked during the conversation if he had any regrets about his anti-semitic remarks, so he answered, “hey got the right to their opinion - I got the right to my opinion.”
West made his comeback and made wave on Sunday night with his weird commercial for his fashion brand during the Super Bowl.
For the unversed, he forfeited his billionaire status in 2022 after his anti-sematic comments, and his choice to support White Lives Matter T-shirts at his Paris Fashion Week show, due to that he got termination from many brands.
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