Kanye West urges youth to;” quit social media” & claims LA is ‘run by Satan’





Kanye West pleads with young people to disconnect from social media and slates the city of Los Angeles in his upcoming album Jesus Is King.

The Gold digger hitmaker, 42, who is yet to release the 35 minute album, has thrown listening parties in Detroit and Chicago and it is reported that his gospel album is full of messages of how the modern world is evil.

It has been revealed that the husband of Kim Kardashian advises “Put the gram away” in reference to social media platform Instagram in his song Closed On Sunday according to The Sun.

t is reported that his song LA Monster hits out at the city of Los Angeles – where he owns a mansion with his wife in the Hidden Hills area – and claims the City of Angels “lettin’ Satan run they streets.”

Fans will hear Kanye recycle lyrics from religious texts in the upcoming album, the publication added.

Kanye also goes on to dub himself “Yahndi”, in a track named Selah, as he compares himself Indian civil rights activist Mahatma Gandhi – mirroring his previous comments, that he later admitted he regretted, that saw him liken himself to Jesus in his Yeezus album in 2013.




[Intro]
It’s the ugliest nightmare born from the prettiest dreams
Millions of people tryin’ to get on the scene
And everyone sellin’ their souls, everyone sellin’ their…
Everyone sayin’ they woke
But they sleepwalkin’, dead, eyes closed

[Chorus]
L.A. monster
I pray the Lord my soul to keep
Lord, save these people, they asleep
They lettin’ Satan run they streets
Lord, save us from
L.A. monster
I pray the Lord my soul to keep
Lord, save these people, they asleep
They lettin’ Satan run they streets
Lord, save us from
L.A. monste