Kanye West Takes Candace Owens & Jim Brown To His Childhood Home In Chicago
Kanye West has been back home for at least a week now and one would think it would be just what he needed to clear his head. However, that may not be the case.
On September 9, Kanye took to Twitter to reveal all the things he’s done and would like to do while he was back in his hometown. Of the things he listed, Kanye visited the Stony Island Art Bank, attended the Chicago Comedy Jam, and is expected to teach a course at the Art Institute of Chicago and the American Academy of Art. He also says he’d like to open a Yeezy Office in Chicago and rebuild the Regal Theatre. While in the Chi, Kanye made it a point to visit his childhood home, the home that housed the charity, Donda’s House. Kanye did not come alone, however. He also brought his fellow Trump supporting comrades, Candace Owens and retired Chicago Bears offensive lineman, Jim Brown.
Owens hinted that the group is working on something that is “coming soon,” though she did not go into detail. She reposted an illustration Kanye drew that featured her, Jim Brown, GLC, Rhymefest, Chance the Rapper, Consequence, and others.
Kanye shared photos of Donda’s house, which appeared to need some home improvements.
And of course, it wouldn’t be home if Kanye didn’t hit the studio.
At least we can say Kanye looks happy to be home.