Kanye West Says He Has ‘Signs of Autism’ From Car Accident In Text To Elon Musk

Ye is letting Elon Musk know that he doesn’t have Bipolar disorder but shows signs of a developmental disability!

In a recent request from West himself, Ian Connor shared a text message thread between West and Musk that showed West shared his feelings about their stranded friendship, his signs of displaying autism, and lastly, a desperate plea to help see his children.

“When are we going to speak,” the Chicago native began. “You owe me nothing. You never have to speak to me again. But if we do speak, the nature of the relationship has to change.”

“I’m not bipolar. I have signs of autism from my car accident,” he continued. 

The two have been noted to be good friends in the past. However, after Musk purchased Twitter, now known as X, their relationship took a turn for the worse after West began to troll the platform owner. 

Due to his anti-Semitic behavior, the 52-year-old billionaire suspended the rapper in 2022 on the grounds of West inciting violence. But ultimately, he removed the Yeezy mogul off of his platform by simply banning him.  

“I tried my best. Despite that, he again violated our rule against incitement to violence. Account will be suspended,” Musk tweeted. 

The 46-year-old lastly told Musk that he can’t sit back and allow his ex-wife, Kim Kardashian, to stop him from seeing their children. He also suggested that the Tesla CEO was using him to gain more attraction to X. 

“You can’t watch Kim keep my kids away from me. And not say anything  publicly and then call yourself my friend so I can bring my audience to your struggling platform.” 

Kardashian recently shared that she doesn’t share her feelings about her ex-husband with their four children amid their rocky relationship after their divorce. 

“I still feel the need to not talk about it and protect it from my kids, and I always will feel that way, but God, if people knew,” she said. “I would just never do that to my kids.”

Musk has yet to release a statement regarding Ye’s texts.

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