Kanye West continued his Twitter rant on music ownership early Wednesday on by tweeting images of the ten contracts he's signed with Universal Music. West called out the music industry for its treatment of African American artists and requested Black entertainers to come together and demand a fair share of the financial rewards.
"We sat back and watched Nick Cannon get canceled and we go to play ball in a bubble with black lives matter on our backs ... brothers let’s stand together for real ... there is no NBA or music industry without black people ... fair contracts matter ... ownership matters," West wrote.
West also accused Universal Music Group of not giving him a chance to buy his masters back and claimed he's one of the few artists who can speak out against the record business due to his net worth.
After showing images of his contracts, West tweeted a video clip of himself urinating on one of his Grammys with a caption that read, "Trust me ... I WONT STOP."
Neither Universal Music nor the Grammy Committee have responded to West's recent actions.
Trust me ... I WONT STOP pic.twitter.com/RmVkqrSa4F— ye (@kanyewest) September 16, 2020