Kanye West Reportedly Working On New Documentary Using Only iPhone Footage

Kanye West

Kanye West Reportedly Working On New Documentary Using Only iPhone Footage

Fans who’ve missed seeing Kanye West across their timelines could be in for a treat soon.

According to “Million Dollaz Worth Of Game” co-host Wallo267, the Yeezy founder has a videographer recording his every move, seemingly for a documentary project.

Wallo discussed a recent meeting he had with Kanye West, explaining how the initially weird interaction taught him a valuable lesson. He told the story, stating:

“I was with Ye months ago. This mothaf*cka had a white boy, right? Me and this boy talkin’. This white boy got an iPhone that’s all day… He documenting everything. This gon’ be the documentary off the iPhone,” 

Imitating the recorder, Wallo held up his own iPhone and continued:

“He said ‘yea man I got hard drives and hard drives of footage of Ye,'”

The podcaster went on the explain that the 44-year-old former billionaire asked his permission for his cameraman to continue recording, which he happily obliged. Holding his phone to cover his face, Wallo doubled down on his opinion that the videographer seems like he doesn’t talk, and is only there to make sure to secure as much Ye footage as he can. He wrapped up the story by sharing the lesson he took from the moment, stating:

“You gotta document everything bro. You need all that footage man. You just missed a million dollaz worth of game man.”

Ye footage from the past couple of years would certainly be something spectacular to see. Along with his very public, explosive divorce from ex-wife Kim Kardashian, the 24-time Grammy Award-winning artist also achieved massive success and a massive downfall all within a short span of time.

If you recall, West’s comments on Jewish media sparked an avalanche of repercussions last year as many began to label the musician as an antisemite. The “Donda” artist lost several multi-million dollar deals, stripping him of his billionaire status, along with many sponsorships. Even the musician’s Donda Academy closed following staff walkouts and parents withdrawing their children from the school.

After an eventful year, however, West has almost been mute in the media. The multi-talented entertainer has refrained from doing interviews as of late and has only been spotted out on occasions alongside his new bride Bianca Censori.

Last year, Netflix released a three-part documentary titled “Jeen-Yuhs,” covering the musician’s wild ride to stardom. After being denied creative control over the project, however, it seems West is taking his narrative into his own hands, producing his own documentary this time around.

There is no word on a potential release date nor any information about the alleged project at this time.


Would you tune into a Kanye West iPhone documentary? Let us know in the comments section below! 

Authored by: Kay Johnson