Kanye West explains why he thinks Elon Musk is half Chinese

  • Why I Think May Be Half Chinese — Kanye West

  • Kanye West discusses his reasoning for believing is partly Chinese.

Kanye West explains why he thinks Elon Musk is half Chinese
Kanye West explains why he thinks is half Chinese

Kanye West shared an interesting scenario on social media that suggested Tesla owner might be partly Chinese.

Since his antisemitic remarks generated controversy weeks ago, Ye has lost a lot of sponsorship deals, and his most recent declaration of his love for Adolf Hitler has only sparked more criticism.

Kanye has asked questions about Musk’s genetics on his Instagram account, showing that he is not one to back down in the face of controversy.

According to him, the billionaire may be the first genetic hybrid, created after 10 to 30 trials.

Am I the only one who thinks Elon could be half-Chinese? Have you ever seen his pics as a child? Take a Chinese genius and mate them with South African supermodel and we have an Elon,” said West, who had changed his name to Ye.

“I say an Elon because they probably made 10 to 30 Elons and he is the first genetic hybrid that stuck…Well let’s not forget about Obama,” his post reads.

In his caption he wrote;

“On Jay Zs birthday president of the United States Ye uses ’s platform to incite a mass investigation of ’s childhood photos in the midst of Balenciagagate I call this The theory of everything Problem solved Praise God”

“I take that as a compliment!” Musk tweeted this morning on the remarks of West, whose Twitter account was suspended again last week.



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The rapper’s Twitter account was reinstated just two months ago after Musk took over the company. He was earlier suspended over his anti-Semitic tweets while the latest action was due to the violation of the platform’s rules.

The platform suspended him last Friday after it deleted his post featuring a Swastika symbol used by the Nazis, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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