Ye Sinks Low, Begs Fans To Help Him Land A Live Show


Leena Nasir Entertainment Reporter
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Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, sank to an all-new low Wednesday by begging fans to help him get back on the live stage again.

The disgraced artist, who has been cancelled after expressing antisemitic beliefs, proclaiming his love for Hitler and appearing absolutely unhinged on social media, is now seeking public assistance. Ye filmed a selfie video and pleaded for help to regain his place on stage, in a now-deleted Instagram post.

The desperate video continues to see the light of day thanks to fans who clipped and reposted it.

The once-dominating artist resorted to absolute begging as he asked for help from anyone willing to provide it.

He had sold out the United Center in Chicago but aired his frustrations over not being granted permission to perform in other arenas.

“We just sold out the United Center in seven minutes … It’s the only arena that I had access to in the past year,” Ye said in the video clip.

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“And when I call, people say there’s no availabilities for me, and you know why that is,” he said.

The famous artist then issued his passionate plea for assistance.

“So if there’s anybody out there that can help with this, please do,” he begged.

Venues are seemingly reluctant to book the once-powerful artist after a slew of controversial remarks led to his cancelation.


He seemed to be able to rally enough support in his hometown of Chicago but is visibly struggling to attain his musical resurgence. (RELATED: ‘JESUS CHRIST, HITLER, YE! SPONSOR THAT!!’: Kanye Is Back With Another Unhinged Rant)

It’s unclear if his previously sold-out shows will once again see the light of day, or if his plea for help will fall on deaf ears.

It’s also not clear why he posted, then promptly deleted the video.