Kanye responds to people who say he’s harassing Kim Kardashian

It’s been a hectic week for Kanye West on social media. But the mercurial rapper is now explaining his erratic social media posts and responding to people who say he stalks Kim Kardashian.

On Tuesday (February 15), Kanye hopped on his Instagram account and delivered his mea culpa for some of the hostile posts he shared which targeted his ex-wife as well as his current boyfriend, Saturday Night Live comedian Pete Davidson. The Chicago rapper-producer posted a photo of himself surrounded by a cloud of smoke, which appears to be from his free Larry Hoover benefit concert in Los Angeles last December.

In the caption, Ye promised his followers that he would communicate better on Instagram and he also denied harassing Kim.

“I’ve learned that using all caps makes people feel like I’m yelling at them. I’m working on my communication,” he wrote. “I can benefit from a team of creative professionals, organizers, mobilizers and community leaders. Thank you all for supporting me. I know sharing screenshots was shocking and has proven to harass Kim “I take responsibility. I’m still learning in real time. I don’t have all the answers. Being a good leader is being a good listener.”

Regarding the harassment of his future ex-wife, Kanye may be referring to his previous posts on IG where he criticized Kim K for allegedly preventing him from seeing their children. In another post, the 2 The creator claimed that Kim accused him of hiring someone to kill her. And in another post, Kanye fumed that he was still looking for an apology from the Kardashian family.

Additional criticism of Kanye stemmed from a viral TikTok video where he aggressively grabbed the arm of his now ex-girlfriend Julia Fox. One of the main comments on the clip reads, “This is what abuse looks like.”

Some of Kanye’s most recent angry posts, which have since been deleted from his IG page, were aimed at Kim K’s boyfriend Pete Davidson, whom Ye dubbed “Skete”, and his former collaborator and friend Kid Cudi.

Hopefully Ye’s latest missive to his fans is a sign that he’s taking a break from social media.

Check out Kanye West’s post below. Also read tweets from people who think Kanye is harassing Kim on social media.

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