Ye Claims Ben Shapiro ‘Running a Narrative’ To Blame Possible Assassination on ‘Mental Health’

Fashion mogul and hip hop artist Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, accused Daily Wire founder Ben Shapiro of fomenting a “mental health” suicide “narrative” about him that could potentially be used as an assassination cover story.

Ye’s accusations against Shapiro were levied during an interview with former Fox News host Gavin McInnes on his video network, Censored.tv. It was recorded last weekend and released Monday evening.

The controversial artist additionally suggested that Michael Jackson, former President John F. Kennedy, and late Hollywood insider Aaron Carter were assassinated under similar circumstances.

“Ben Shapiro is running this narrative that I’m gonna kill myself, and he’s like ‘oh due to his mental health he’s gonna kill himself,'” the artist began.

Ye told McInnes, “That way if they did attempt to kill me, like they did Michael Jackson, or JFK, or Aaron Carter, the guy who wanted to talk to me about the Harley Pasternak situation — If they did do that, they would say ‘oh it’s Ye’s mental health.'”

Ye appeared to be referencing recent comments made by Shapiro, who previously suggested on his show that the “Runaway” songwriter may harm himself or commit suicide due to mental health issues.

“I would not be surprised, God forbid, something should happen, that Ye should do something to himself given his behavior,” Shapiro said, suggesting that Ye’s critical remarks about Jews could be indicative of some sort of mental health decline.

McInnes, the founder of the Proud Boy’s men’s club and the Vice media empire, explained earlier in the interview that he would attempt to curb Ye’s self professed enthusiasm for genocidal dictator Adolf Hitler and Nazis during the interview.

Valiant News previously reported that Twitter CEO Elon Musk banned Ye from the big tech platform for allegedly participating in an “incitement to violence,” apparently by posting an image of what seemed to be a swastika combined with the Star of David last Thursday night.

However, It turns out that the swastika-like symbol tweeted out by Ye appears to originate from a strange alien “cult” known as the US Raelian Movement.

Ye was banned from Twitter shortly after his viral interview with Infowars host Alex Jones, where the artist’s supportive remarks about Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany took the internet and media by storm.

This news and commentary by Andrew White originally appeared on Valiant News.

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