Oscar-winning actor previously characterized the movement as “not intellectually honest” and one “led by mania”
Since the #MeToo movement picked up steam last fall following the Harvey Weinstein allegations, we’ve heard problematic commentary from several members of Hollywood’s male community. Woody Allen, himself embroiled in plenty of controversy, said in June that he should be the “poster boy” for the movement simply because none of the actresses he’s worked with have accused him of sexual misconduct. Now, Sean Penn, who was once accused of assaulting his then-wife Madonna, has criticized #MetToo for its “salaciousness” and so-called “dividing” nature.
Kanye West was introduced as the musical guest for the 44th premiere of Saturday Night Live. In the midst of promoting his appearance on social media, Ye may have hinted the name of his new album.
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) September 17, 2018
On top of that Kanye’s music engineer Adam Wolpert posted a caption that Kanye has something new coming.
If that wasn’t enough, Kanye was in Chicago and said he was working on new music. Does all this mean that Kanye has something dropping before the new year.
— Carlos Tapia (@cdtapia28) September 18, 2018
From all these announcements it seems that way. Stay tuned