Kanye West has eased up on the desperate pleas for financial bailouts and has now taken pride in the fact that his dreams landed him in debt.
The 38-year-old rapper stunned his fans last weekend by claiming he was $53 million in debt, but he has now said he ended up in the position chasing his lofty aspirations.
“Never give up on your dreams, bro…my dreams brought me into debt and I’m close to seeing the light of day… (sic)” Kanye tweeted.
“For the past 3 years people who knew about the debt tried to use it against me in negotiations…You can’t control me or use the debt against me no more…” he continued.
West released his latest album, The Life of Pablo, last week at a Madison Square Garden event also promoting the latest season of his Adidas collaboration.
The Yeezy designer was full of praise for the sports brand that has made considerable investments in the rapper’s fashion sense.
“Thank you Adidas for supporting my creative vision…Adidas has really made all the difference,” he tweeted. “They provided
resources for me to create…they supported me…I thank you so so much. You let me dream without limits (sic).”
Earlier this week, Kanye launched a campaign on Twitter to try and convince Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to invest $1 billion in his “ideas.”