Ugh-oh there seems to be a bit of trouble in paradise for Kanye West and his highly anticipated album Donda, which unexpectedly dropped today! On Sunday, the 44-year-old rapper, who recently changed his name to "Ye", took to his social media to accuse Universal Studio of releasing his album without his permission, while also allegedly removing a track from the set.
The 27-track album dropped on Apple Music and Spotify, much to the delight of fans, who had been growing very impatient - especially after Kanye's most recent Donda listening party, where he was joined on stage by ex-wife Kim Kardashian in a wedding dress - but now, Kanye has insisted that they shouldn't have heard it yet.
"Universal put my album out without my approval and they blocked Jail 2 from being on the album," Kanye shared the text as an image with his 7.8 million Instagram followers.
"The album is fire tho," a fan wrote in consolance, while another added, "ITS SO GOOD THOUGH YE".
Despite Kanye's claim that Universal Studios have released the album without his consent and "blocked Jail", many of his followers pointed out that the latter was in fact not true. "Jail 2 is include bro," one fan wrote, and another reiterating the statement, penned, "Apple Music has Jail 2 and it’s one of the best songs lmao."
So who knows what's really going on?