Kanye West announced Thursday that he will be silent for a month.
The rapper posted a message on Twitter announcing his intention to to do a “30-day purge”. The month-long detox will include “A verbal fast. No alcohol. No adult movies. No sex,” according to the star's tweet.
However, he added that he will always be active on social media, writing, “My Twitter will always be on.”
A few minutes later, the rapper shared screenshots of an exchange of messages between him and his personal trainer Harley Pasternak, in which we sees him asking Kanye West to apologize for making anti-Semitic statements in October.
“You can't be anti-Semitic when you know you're Semitic,” the artist replied.
Kanye West has since continued to express himself on Twitter.
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