Non c’è dubbio che la morte della regina Elisabetta II abbia profondamente colpito le persone, non solo nel Regno Unito, ma anche in tutto il mondo. L’8 settembre il della famiglia reale L’account Twitter ha annunciato la tragica notizia della morte della regina all’età di 96 anni. “La regina è morta pacificamente a Balmoral questo pomeriggio”, si legge nella dichiarazione. “Il re e la regina consorte rimarranno a Balmoral questa sera e torneranno a Londra domani”.
While Ye's initial words seemed sweet and innocent enough, his most recent comparison of the queen's death to another particular person in his life has fans scratching their heads.
Kanye West causes a stir on social media
Kanye "Ye" West is making headlines again, this time for seemingly comparing the death of the late Queen Elizabeth II to his late mother, Donda West. On September 25, the rapper took to his Instagram Stories to share his thoughts on the queen's passing along with the comparison. "LONDON I KNOW HOW YOU FEEL. I LOST MY QUEEN TOO," he wrote in all-capital letters with a black background. While it hasn't been confirmed that the queen Ye referred to is his mother, most fans believe that's the reference he made.
The Instagram account The Shade Room shared Ye's Stories, and fans weighed in with their thoughts. "Donda was a queen," one person wrote, adding a few praying hands and crown emoji. "I'm sure he's talking about his Mom," another chimed in. A few other fans thought that perhaps Ye was referring to his ex-wife Kim Kardashian, though many others clapped back at such claims. "He know y'all gon think he talking bout Kim but he really talking bout his Mom," one fan wrote. Interestingly enough, Khloé Kardashian also "liked" the post.
As many know, Donda died in 2007 after she underwent a medical procedure involving liposuction, a tummy tuck, and a breast reduction. She died the day after her surgery from complications. The death profoundly impacted Ye, who has spoken about it on several occasions, including in an interview with Q Magazine (via E! Online), saying if he talked too much about his mom, "it will bring me to tears."