Kanye West blames antisemitism for his lack of arena shows

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Kanye West has told her fans that she can’t book any arenas to perform her latest album live. He shared a video on his Instagram story in which he says he was told there was no place for him.

Kanye says that means some people want to stop them. He has indicated in his video that it is related to his race or religion. He has asked his fans if they are with him or not.

It appears from reading between the lines that Kanye claims the owners of stadiums have a problem with him … likely because of his hateful rants.

There is one arena that Kanye says has opened up for his stick…the United Center in Chicago.

Kanye West has told his fans that he can only go to one arena to play his new music. He is a United center in his hometown of Chicago. They are scheduled to perform a live performance of their new album Vultures”  with Ty Dolla $ign there on Thursday night.

He says that he booked the arena very early. It means that their music is very popular but they have been blacklisted by someone.

He posted a video to his Instagram story in which he speaks with a lisp caused by his new titanium dentures.

Also, Kanye also wrote a big note on his IG saying that”I HAVE NOT BEEN ALLOWED TO PERFORM IN A YEAR FEELS LIKE THE ELVIS PRESLEY MOVIE.”

So, yeah… Kanye thinks he’s a sacrifice and compares himself to Elvis

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