Kanye West bans daughter from wearing make-up and crop tops

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Ahead of his new album release last Thursday, the rapper and his reality star wife turned heads on the red carpet for the 2019 FGI Night of Stars Gala at Cipriani Wall Street.

West has come under fire for his political views in the past, as he infamously showed his support for controversial President Donald Trump by wearing a hat emblazoned with the figurehead's slogan "Make America Great Again".

He not only touched on porn and religion, but also said: "I'm unquestionably, undoubtedly, the greatest human artist of all time".

Hours before the long-anticipated, much-delayed release of his purported gospel album, the 42-year-old artist told Zane Lowe of Apple Music's Beats 1 show that his support for the current U.S. president had been a way to razz Democrats.

"Can't believe Kanye West and Kim Kardashian lied multiple times about the release date of the album Jesus Is King when it actually features a song called 'On God, '" wrote one user.

Working in collaboration with Imax, Jesus Is King shows viewers an experience of his art gospel ritual in James Turrell and Roden Crater's art exhibit in Arizona. Kanye tweeted on December 15, 2018, that Chance "demanding that we record in Chicago reconnected me with my roots and also my faith in Jesus Christ". "For school yesterday, she said, 'I want a ponytail and a braid.' So, I did a ponytail with four braids coming out of it".

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He was a bit concerned because it was the same knee he had the ACL damage earlier in his career. It started with a decent performance against Liverpool and now two wins away from home.

Donda West died at the age of 58 after undergoing cosmetic surgery and her death had a profound impact on the musician. West reported that "there were times where I was asking people not to have premarital sex while they were working on the album. I'm free. The most space that I had to think is when I went to the hospital".

"Some people drown themselves in drugs, and I drown myself in my addiction: sex", he said. "I had to just give it all up to God".

"I just felt like I wanted to be able to fight for people who have paid their dues to society". When asked if he's going to use a floating stage again, he said "it'll be something different".

Yandhi, of course, never saw the light of day.

West told Lowe that his first foray into pornography was courtesy of his father's Playboy magazine.

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