Kanye West announced that he will be taking a 30-day break from social media, booze, and the outside world.
This comes after backlash from his anti-Semitic comments from a few weeks earlier.
Ye has now informed his followers that he will be on a 30-day vacation. He will maintain total silence for a full month!
"I'm taking a 30 day cleanse. A verbal fast no alcohol, no adult films, In God we praise Amen but my Twitter still lit," he wrote on Twitter.
The father of four's issues started in October during an interview on Revolt TV's "Drink Champs" series that was posted before being taken down on October 16.
During the episode, Ye repeatedly blamed "Jewish media" and "Jewish Zionists" for a variety of alleged wrongdoings, asserting that "Jewish people have owned the Black voice" and that "the Jewish community, especially in the music industry...they'll take us and milk us until we die."
Then, in his subsequent conversation with Piers Morgan, he attempted to expand upon his remarks.
Days later, in an interview with MIT research scientist Lex Fridman, he apologized once more for the "hurt that I've caused and the uncertainty that I cause."
He then resumed his diatribe, sharing his theories along with a spreadsheet that he claimed highlighted Jewish media leaders in red.
He lost a slew of business engagements, from his lucrative Adidas alliance to his GAP deal, as a result of his escalating inflammatory remarks online and in subsequent interviews.