DAYS after his White House date with Donald Trump and over two weeks after his Saturday Night Live ”Make America Great Again” sermon, Kanye West has decided to return to Twitter after a brief hiatus to talk about … mind control.
In a series of videos — the first of which seem like a dad figuring out how to use his camera phone for the first time — West talks about a myriad of things including mind control.
“You know when people try to influence you through social media and try to tell you what to do or if you post something that’s positive on Instagram and it gets taken down if it’s not a part of a bigger agenda — that’s like mind control,” he says in the video.
He continues: “I feel like when people tell me what to do, I feel like they’re touching my brain. They’re trying to control our minds. They’re trying to control my mind and when someone tells me what to do and what I can wear and I can’t wear I feel like they are touching my brain.”
West then goes on a stream of consciousness talking about how he has been “programmed” to talk a certain way and talking “clear.”
He says: “I’ve forgotten how to talk not clear because I’m so programmed to talk clear and sound proper – that gets in the way of how we feel.”
He then references the late conservative author Ayn Rand, being on SNL, willing positive energy to the universe, purchasing publishing, and how he talked to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey about “reprogramming to allow people to take off the followers and allow people to take off the likes because that works against your self-worth.”
“We will do what we feel,” he repeats in different iterations as a mantra.
This bizarre flow of words and thoughts comes after he deleted his Twitter account his aforementioned visit with Mr Trump, his Saturday Night Live pro-Trump rant and his thoughts about abolishing the 13th amendment, which ended slavery.
He clearly missed his time away from the social media platform — not sure if everyone else missed him.