In a seemingly endless spat, Kanye West rant on Wednesday didn’t stop after he posted a video of himself urinating on a Grammy.
The American rapper also published parts of his current contract calling it a Slave Deal.
The rapper also called out the editor of Forbes, Randall Lane, in another tweet and shared some of his personal contact information.
“If any of my fans want to call a white supremacist … this is the editor of Forbes,” West wrote above a screenshot of Lane’s phone number. (In West’s “Contacts” list, Lane is labeled under “Randall Forbes.”) The tweet has since been deleted.
West tweeted more about the record industry, and spoke out against practices and types of deals that can marginalize musicians.
Record producer Hitboy, who worked with him from 2011 until 2013, as per MTV, responded to West’s previous tweet about him being the new Moses. Although they no longer work together or appear to even get along, Hitboy acknowledged the practices that West is referring to, and agreed with the idea of creating better contracts for musicians.
West appeared to be pleased that Hitboy is standing in solidarity with him.