Kanye West claims he'll be HOMELESS for a year & will turn his mansions into churches & an orphanage in wild interview

KANYE West revealed his plan to be homeless for a year and transform his real estate empire into churches and an orphanage after his split from Kim Kardashian.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star has shared her goal to remove the rapper's last name from her beauty brand during her relaunch early next year.


Kanye, 44, revealed his plan to become homeless for a year in a blunt interview with 032c via NME.

The musician hopes to transform his real estate into an "artist commune" as he told the publication: "We are under capitalist rule, and it’s killing us.

"It’s time to change that."

The father of four continued: "I’m going to be homeless in a year. I’m going to turn all the homes I own into churches.

"We’re making this orphanage, and it will be a place where anyone can go," he claimed.

"It should be like an artist commune. Food should always be available."

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This was not Kanye's first attempt at solving homelessness and hunger this year, as in November he dropped off 1,000 meals to the LA Mission.

The Yeezy founder has "laid out four ways he can help the homeless" after he visited the Skid Row area of the city before Thanksgiving, according to TMZ.

At the time, a source said: "He had never been there and wanted to see everything going on.

"He talked about saving the world and how he had all these ideas to work with LA Mission."

KIM'S NEW BRAND

Kanye's wild interview followed the news that his ex-wife Kim Kardashian, 41, “will relaunch KKW Beauty early next year” but WITHOUT the “W” to “mark her independence” from him, The Sun exclusively revealed this week.

The reality star decided to remove “West” from her company’s title as she rebrands her entire cosmetics line following her high-profile February divorce from the rapper. 

A source close to the SKIMS designer told The Sun that the mother of four will “relaunch her beauty brand early next year with sleeker, sexier and more elegant packaging.”

The insider claimed that the KKW reboot will “no longer have ‘West’ or ‘W’ attached."

According to the source: “Kim is determined to mark her independence from him. 

“She is grateful for everything he’s done for her but she wants to make it clear she can do this without him.”

The informant continued: “Kanye was very involved with the planning process of KKW, his input highly influenced what ended up being KKW Beauty. 

“While she loved everything she did previously, she thought some was not completely in line with how she wanted the brand to look. 

“This time, it’s her vision and it’s all Kim which is what she’s been wanting all along.” 

The source continued on to say that the new brand will “focus on being higher end but still appealing to a wider audience.”

“It won’t be incredibly expensive but she wants it to look very expensive. And it was important for Kim to make this brand cleaner and more eco-friendly. 

“She has worked hard on this for a long time now and wants this to be a sign of her being an independent and successful businesswoman,” they added. 

Despite her newfound independence, Kanye still holds a large stake in not only KKW but also Kim's successful shape-wear line, SKIMS.

Kim and Kanye filed for divorce in February after seven years of marriage.

The ex-couple shares four kids, North, eight, Saint, six, Chicago, three, and Psalm, two.




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