Kanye West has yet to deliver his official full-length follow-up to 2019’s Jesus Is Born, the allegedly titled Donda. But, evidently there’s an entire documentary being made about its creation and a snippet of it has made its way online showing Chance The Rapper on the receiving end of Ye’s rage.
In the clip, Ye is in the room with several people including Dame Dash who is apparently spearheading the film. As the music plays, Kanye calls out, “Where’s the bass?” before the camera pans to Dash.
“My thing is just get rid of the people who are triggering him, just get ’em out of here and let’s just have fun being creative,” he says of Lil Chano being in the room.”So Kanye is finishing his album and there’s people around. Chance, honestly, because of what he was reading, he came through just to check Kanye. You know, Kanye deals with his issues at all times. They got into it, but they worked it out.”
As Dash continues to talk, Chance is seen leaning over the couch Kanye is sitting on in an attempt to talk to him. But Kayne suddenly hops up and starts screaming at his fellow Chicago native, but it’s unclear exactly what he’s saying to him other than, “Listen to the album or leave!”
At the end of the clip, Chance, Kanye and Dash are posted up at Ye’s Wyoming ranch looking like everything’s cool. Chance says, “Wanna hear a fire joke? Ja-Ja-Jalepeño,” to which everyone laughs.
Chance has been an outspoken supporter of Ye for years, even going as far to endorse him for president prior to the November 2020 election.
“And yall out here tryna convince me to vote for Biden,” he tweeted last July. “Smfh.”Are u more pro biden or anti ye and why? I get that you’ll want to reply that you’re just tryna ‘get trump out’ but in this hypothetical scenario where you’re replacing Trump, can someone explain why Joe Biden would be better??”
After stating many of the people commenting were “racist,” he added, “I finally got the answer now. I understand. Y’all trust Biden more than y’all trust Ye. I think I understand why, I just don’t feel the same way.”
But concerns over Ye’s mental health overshadowed his presidential bid, especially following his first rally in South Carolina last July in which he tearfully admitted he tried to convince his wife Kim Kardashian to abort their first daughter. His friends and family were so concerned, Kardashian issued a statement to her Instagram account, imploring her millions of followers to have compassion as he suffered through another bipolar episode. And that’s apparently why Lil Chano was in Wyoming in the first place.
Watch the clip above.