Kanye West has announced that he plans to take a break from his music career and focus on his upcoming fashion line.

The trend of being dropped by different business organizations over anti-Semitic comments is nothing new for Ye. He took to Twitter to unveil his 30-day “verbal fast” journey that he’ll be embarking on for the rest of November.

“I’m taking a 30-day cleanse, I’ve been verbal fast, No alcohol, no adult films, no intercourse, in God we praise Amen.” His note also clarified that “my Twitter still lit though.”

Additionally, Ye also publicly supported Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving, who faced backlash for alleged antisemitism. Irving has denied any suggestion that he’s racist or anti-Semitic.

Recently, rapper Kanye West found himself in hot water for being anti-Semitic when he tweeted out a link to a controversial film called Hebrews to Negroes.

Kanye West quoted a Bible verse and posted it with a video of Kyrie Irving’s press conference. “You can’t be anti-Semitic when you know that you’re Semitic,” he wrote on Tuesday.

Kanye West is one of the few celebrities that publicly supports Kyrie Irving. After he shared his support for Kyrie on social media, Kanye was suspended from Instagram yet again.

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