Kanye West shares disturbing message about being murdered to daughter North, worried fans say 'you need help'

The rapper, who reportedly has bipolar disorder, posted the tweet and then later deleted it. A part of it read, 'Don't ever let White media tell you I wasn't a good man'


                            Kanye West shares disturbing message about being murdered to daughter North, worried fans say 'you need help'
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Kanye West, on Friday, September 18, shared a disturbing tweet about being murdered and having his oldest daughter, North, taken away from him, leaving his fans concerned. The rapper, who reportedly has bipolar disorder, posted the tweet and then later deleted it. The tweet was made on early Friday morning and was addressed to his seven-year-old daughter.

West wrote: "Northy I am going to war and putting my life on the line and if I am murdered don't ever let White media tell you I wasn't a good man... when people threaten to take you out of my life just know I love you."

West, along with the message, shared a picture of North looking playful and posing with peace signs. Kanye quickly deleted the tweet, however, his fans had noted it by then and expressed concerns about the star's mental health. One user wrote: "We saw your deleted tweet. You need help from doctors, family and friends. this is not going to end well without that. first doctors." Another wrote: "He needs help ya'll. Real Help. Stop feeding into this." Another retweeted West's post and added: "@kanywest just posted & deleted this, I'm worrrieddd"



 

 



 

 



 

The rapper's tweet came days after his latest Twitter rant, which resulted in his suspension from Twitter earlier this week. West had shared a video of himself urinating on one of his Grammy Awards and had posted multiple messages about his battle with record labels Universal and Sony. He had also posted screenshots of his contracts with labels.

The micro-blogging site, on Wednesday, September 16, removed one of his tweets featuring the phone number of Forbes' Chief Content Officer, Randall Lane. Shortly after his suspension was lifted, West took to Twitter again on Thursday, September 17, slamming the music industry and calling on artistes to change the system.

West and wife Kim Kardashian, meanwhile, are attempting to work through their marital issues amid rising concerns over his mental health. A source, while speaking to US Weekly, said: "Kim is holding onto her marriage with Kanye and knows that he is bipolar and struggling with his mental health and wants to be there for him and help."

The reality television star is aware of her husband's struggle with his mental health and wants to support him during these trying times. "She is continuing to support him and does her best to understand him and where he is coming from. She knows he is unconventional and has always known that," the source added.

Kim, last month, had hinted at West's struggle with bipolar disorder through an Instagram post and had said that the mental condition was to blame for his recent erratic behavior. The rapper first acknowledged his bipolar disorder in 2018. Nearly two months ago, he had also slammed Kim and her family on Twitter. 

West recently also announced his 2020 presidential bid and became emotional during his first campaign rally in South Carolina while discussing abortion. West also alleged that Kim was attempting to "bring a doctor to lock [him] up" and compared his mother-in-law, Kris Jenner, to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.

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