Kanye ‘Ye’ West is a talented musician and producer. He was known for his chart-topping hits and his unique approach to music. Kanye was very close to his mother, Donda West, who had always been a source of inspiration and support for him. However, tragedy struck when Donda underwent cosmetic surgery and tragically passed away.
Donda had always been proud of her son’s achievements and had been a constant presence in his life.
On his first album “The College Dropout”, El País writes: “I sat in the parking lot and listened to the whole CD. I couldn’t pull off. I wanted to be still and take it all in.
“I sat there, listening halfway holding back tears— halfway jamming. I had the music turned up real loud. I wanted to open my window and scream to everybody walking by, ‘Hey, this is my kid!'”
But as she grew older, she began to feel self-conscious about her appearance, particularly her figure. She had been considering cosmetic surgery for some time, and finally decided to go through with it. She underwent multiple procedures, including liposuction and a breast reduction, hoping to improve her self-esteem.
However, Donda’s recovery did not go as planned. She experienced complications from the surgery, and her health quickly deteriorated. Kanye was by her side throughout the ordeal, but there was nothing he could do to save her. Donda passed away, leaving behind a devastated son and a legion of fans who mourned her loss.
The tragedy shook Kanye to his core. He had always been close to his mother, and her death was a devastating blow. According to People Magazine, Donda West’s nephew, Stephan Scoggins, who was a registered nurse, was supervising West’s post-surgery care. So, was West’s assistant and a friend.
However, According to a familiar source of the situation, he left home for a baby shower the next day, after the surgury.
Kanye West struggled with guilt and regret, wondering if he could have done more to prevent her from going through with the surgery. He also struggled with his grief publicly, often breaking down in tears during interviews and performances.
“My mum. If I had never moved to Los Angeles, she’d be alive… I don’t want to go far into it because it will bring me to tears, said Ye.
In the years that followed, Kanye continued to make music, but his music took on a more introspective tone. He often spoke about the pain of losing his mother and the impact it had on his life. He also became an advocate for patient safety, urging people to carefully consider the risks and potential complications of cosmetic surgery before undergoing any procedures.
Ultimately, Donda’s death was a tragic reminder of the dangers of cosmetic surgery and the importance of making informed decisions about one’s health. But, though she may be gone, her memory lives on through her son’s music and the many lives she touched during her time on earth.
In a recent appearance on Clubhouse Wack 100, recently shared his opinion on the tragic deaths of West’s mother and the late great Kobe Bryant.
“Whenever I’m dealing with doctors, and I mean with nurses and s**, I think about some of the dumb a** people on clubhouse. I don’t trust it; I’m always reinforcing it and making like no on some real s***. Like it’s some weird motherf***ers on clubhouse that got real jobs that they’re just there, they ain’t really doing a job. That doctor was supposed to make that decision. He was money hungry,” said Wack.
He added, “I hate to say it, but that situation and Kobe situation in my eyes is kind of in the same lane. Kobe situation I was just bad decision-making like it was forced. They told them they told him nothing. The fire department told them it’s too foggy; everything’s grounded we can’t see anything. He wasn’t doing it. He was trying to get to the game or the league that he owned. This why everybody thought Rick Fox was dead because he was on the original flight manifest. So when they told him that, right?
Rick said f*** that I just get in the car he left. Kobe insisted until they called around, called around and found somebody who said, ” Okay, I’m flying probably on some because it’s Kobe s***, right?
“Two or three people denying it, I’m not doing it grounded. So, before they let him fly, he even had to buy an extra special permit to fly because it was really[foggy and you] couldn’t see, and that’s how he died. It ran up on that goddamn mountain; it was too late. He couldn’t pull up. They ran into the mountain. So, it was like, but think about it, it’s decision-making. I think where he kind of like where I frowned on it a little bit was like, [alirght] it’s one thing if it’s me. I’m taking a risk on me f*** it. It is another if you have your child with you.”
Kobe Bryant, a legendary professional basketball player, passed away on January 26, 2020, in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California. He was traveling with eight other people, including his 13-year-old daughter Gianna, to a youth basketball game at the Mamba Sports Academy he founded.
The helicopter crashed into a hillside, killing everyone on board. The cause of the crash was determined to be due to pilot error and poor weather conditions. However, the tragic event was felt around the world, as Kobe was not only known for his incredible talent on the court but also his philanthropy, creativity, and drive to inspire others to pursue their passions.