Much like former President Richard Nixon’s famous “List of Enemies,” Kanye’s long schedule appears to be a work in progress. The usual suspects are there – Pete Davidson, whom West refers to by the nickname “Skeet” in his letters. There is also Kid Cudi, who was recently banned from Kanye’s inner circle due to his friendship with Davidson. Then there’s Taylor Swift, the victim of a Kanye West stage protest, and Drake, with whom he’s had a long-running feud.
Surprisingly (or maybe not) that estranged wife Kim Kardashian and her clan aren’t on the list, except for mom Kris Jenner, even after they jointly unfollowed him. The couple’s divorce grew increasingly public, often spurred on by West’s tweets and grand gestures, such as sending a truckload of roses on Valentine’s Day.
While West has been known to make threats, the general tone of today’s roster seems tepid enough, including some odd choices and others somewhat random.
“Come on guys…this list is twice as long,” West added in the caption. “Apple Spotify Vivendi Universal Lucien Grange Tik Tok Black History Month, Obama, the entire cast of SNL should put Hillary Clinton the Devil himself, Corey Gamble Bezos Charlamagne Disney Librals.”
“And of course skeet and anything cliched in general,” Kanye added. “Could someone from Chicago let these people know what Skete meant when we were growing up, it’s up to everyone!!!!! 😵😵😵😱😱😱😱 Wow. Being rich is fun!!!!”
Overall, the list featured 35 names, including Nike, Cousin, Wiz Khalfia, Jay-Z, Billie EIlish, Peppa Pig, Ray J, Justin Timberlake, Jimmy Kimmel, Harriet Tubman, Travis Scott, J. Cole, and TV Show South Park.
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