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Kanye wants to make Russia his ‘second home’ and meet Putin

/ 11:27 AM January 14, 2022

Rapper and singer Kanye West’s new goal for this new year is to go to Russia. One of West’s associates said the rapper likes to meet President Vladimir Putin. He is also currently in talks with a billionaire family closely tied to Trump, the 2016 election, and the affiliates in the Russian government.

Ye, Kanye West’s new name was planned to visit Russia this late spring or summer. His strategic advisor Ameer Sudan told Billboard that West “will be spending a lot of time out there.He wants to make the country his second home.”

Kanye’s move to Russia wasn’t just a rushed decision and is still valid. As it involves his new business ventures with the Azerbaijani-Russian billionaire Aras Agalarov. He’s the billionaire businessman with close relations to Former President Trump. Apparently, West is working with Agalarov’s son Emin who is a musician.


His advisor Sudan added, “He will be spending a lot of time in the country. It will be his second home.”

On a side note, it isn’t surprising that he wanted to meet the Russian president. As he has forays on politics before. He has joined the American presidency in 2020 but wasn’t successful in his bid as an independent candidate.

According to Sudan, West was unstoppable with his plans in Moscow. Despite the new travel restrictions brought by the Omicron COVID-19 variant, he would still pursue it.

Ye’s Concrete Plans

Sudan said, “Kanye knows what’s going on more than the average human being, he’s well aware of things. And it’s nothing against the United States or to cause conflicts, but Ye is Ye- he can’t be controlled.This is Ye, Ye is going to get there regardless. What are they going to say?”

Although one of West’s publicists isn’t confirming Ye’s plans, the world might just be surprised by his next moves. His publicist Pierre Rougier even denied that Ye is planning to move to Russia.

Rougier said in an email to Rolling Stone that the story is “entirely fabricated,” and just a “work of fiction or wishful thinking from these Russian people.”

However, here’s the gist: Emin Agalarov’s representative told Rolling Stone that he confirms that “there are talks going on.”

With Kanye West’s bomb-dropping issues, no wonder there are always different stories on each of his sides. Meanwhile, one of his tracks from the Donda album just released its music video earlier this week. This album also reportedly has a sequel album in the works.

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