Thursday, September 17, 2020 14:02 IST
On day two of his latest epic Twitter binge, Kanye West followed through on his complaints about the music industry and his demands to be released from his recording and music-publishing deals by tweeting out dozens of pages from his recording contract with Universal Music Group.
After referring to the music industry as `modern day slavery,` West tweeted, `Here are my ten Universal contracts ... I need every lawyer in the world to look at these,` and after posting illegible images of contracts, then began tweeting out the pages, two at a time. `This is what the Kanye West deal looks like today,` he wrote. `I PRAY IN THE NAME OF JESUS THAT IT DONT LOOK LIKE THIS TOMORROW.`
However, it is unclear what his objective is in posting the contracts, which are written in the densely-worded legalese common to all such agreements and show that his deal has been renegotiated multiple times, with West represented by some of the top attorneys in the music industry.
In what appears to be a broader statement about the music industry, he also tweeted a video of someone urinating on a Grammy Award placed in a toilet.
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