Diane Warren has joined others to condemn the ‘ disrespectful behaviour’ of Kanye West, after he posted a video on his official Twitter handle of him peeing on one of his many Grammy awards placed inside a toilet.
While fans were concerned about his state of health after he went on twitter rant seeking for help on his said ‘bondage contract’ with Universal Music Group, songwriter, Diana Warren took to Twitter to express his disgust.
“How vile and disrespectful of U,” Warren wrote.
“This was given to U by your peers out of respect for your work and U r literally pissing on them. I’ve won one Grammy and I’m forever grateful and humble that my peers found me worthy of it.”
Assuming that was indeed one of West’s own Grammys getting the dowsing, he should still have plenty of unsoiled trophies to keep on his mantle.
Warren made reference to West’s inordinately high career total, writing, “He has 21 Grammys this white bitcb (sic) got one Haha.”
The songwriter said: “Maybe it just pissed me off.”
Diane Warren further tweeted: “With all that peeing, now Trump wishes he had picked Kanye as VP and he could have been that Grammy!!”
The streaming video remains live on Twitter, unlike another tweet he posted Wednesday, which reportedly caused Twitter to temporarily lock his account.
He posted what he said was the personal phone number of Forbes chief content officer Randall Lane, writing, “If anyone wants to call a white supremacist … this is the editor of Forbes.”
Twitter was said to have frozen his account — which in the last couple of days had been posting up to a hundred-plus provocative post a day — until he voluntarily agreed to remove the post and agree not to commit further violations of privacy, as is typical when users post private info in an attempt to dox an adversary.
Kanye West who kicked off his Twitter rant on Wednesday with an attack on Universal Music Group and Sony/ATV Music Publishing, where he was calling for the ownership of his masters, said he will not release new music until he is let out of his label and publishing contracts, respectively.
He urged Universal to contact him but then said he would not speak with UMG chairman-CEO Lucian Grainge, insisting he would not talk with anyone at the sub-billionaire level.
Comparing himself to Nat Turner and saying he is “the new Moses,” West has been urging other Black artists to join him in an uprising at being held to contracts — and even called upon Taylor Swift to join him, on top of Drake, Jay Z and others he singled out.
So far, no major artists have spoken out in support of his crusade.
He also said his wife, Kim Kardashian will be his lawyer in case he will be needing one.