Multi-Grammy-Winner Kanye West Says His New Album Will Never Be On Apple

Kanye States He Is $53 million in debt

USPA NEWS - In the unforgettable world of Kanye, he is at it once again, it comes right after the Bill Cosby endorsement and a second Taylor Swift feud. Kanye West states on Saturday Night Live that he is $53 million in debt.
This past week Kanye West has reported on Saturday Night Live on NBC that he is $53 million in debt, Reports have surfaced that Kanye has also stated after a half of million people have already downloaded his much awaited upcoming album The “Life of Pablo“ that his album will never be on Apple. The “Life of Pablo“ album download was taken down very quick Sunday just less than 12 hours online. After the “Life of Pablo“ download link had disappeared, the multi-Grammy-winner Kanye West wrote on twitter, “My album will never never never be on Apple, and it will never be for sale... You can only get it on Tidal" and then asked everyone to subscribe to Tidal. Tidal, is the Jay-Z-backed streaming service.
Also, to make things more crazy, Just before his album appeared exclusively on Tidal and his personal website this was posted on his twitter "I write this to you my brothers while still 53 million dollars in personal debt," he tweeted. "Please pray we overcome... This is my true heart." Pharmaceutical exec Martin Shkreli claimed he was scammed out of $15 million in an attempt to buy the exclusive rights to West´s new album the “Life of Pablo“. This isn't the first time Kanye has claim he was in debt, in 2015 in an interview with BET, the superstar said he incurred $16 million in debt from his fashion business. According to Business Insider, Kanye clothing line is selling coats and jackets for as much as $3,000 to $4,000.
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