Kanye West Says He’ll be ‘Homeless’ In One Year
Kanye West ‘Ye’ has predicted that he’ll be ‘homeless’ in a year as he converts his home into churches.
In a chat, Ye revealed that he plans to convert his properties into churches, similar to an “artist commune.”
The successful rapper has racked up several proprieties worldwide, including his much-publicized ranch in Wyoming.
However, in a new interview , he explained that he wants to convert these ptoperties into churches, similar to an “artist commune.”
Speaking in a candid interview with 032c, via NME, Ye said: “We are under capitalist rule, and it’s killing us.”
Sharing his plans, he said, “going to be homeless in a year, I’m going to turn all the homes I own into churches.” “We’re making this orphanage, and it will be a place where anyone can go,” he explained in the latest issue of 032c.
“It should be like an artist commune. Food should always be available.”
Last month, Ye turned his attention to ending homelessness in Los Angeles and met with LA Mission CEO Reverend Troy Vaughn when he dropped off 1,000 meals to the organization.
TMZ reports that the Grammy Award-winning rapper ‘laid out four ways he can help the homeless’ after visiting the Skid Row area of the city.
He is also reportedly planning to feed the homeless population by establishing a working relationship with organizations across LA, using his companies to help provide education, housing, and jobs for those on the streets.
The Donda star also hopes to use his hugely popular Sunday Service performances to inspire and uplift the homeless community.
Kanye visited Skid Row ahead of Thanksgiving, and Page Six reports that a source claims, “He had never been there and wanted to see everything going on.”
“He talked about saving the world and how he had all these ideas to work with LA Mission.”
Lately, West has been in the news as divorce proceedings between him and his estranged wife Kim Kardashian are ongoing.