Kanye claims he was mentally “misdiagnosed” and nearly drugged out of his mind

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Kanye claims he was mentally “misdiagnosed” and nearly drugged out of his mind

Kanye West has made claims that he was mentally “misdiagnosed” when it seemingly comes to his bipolar disorder and that medical professionals attempted to drug him “out of his mind.”

“What should be obvious by now is that I was raised to stand for my truth regardless of the consequences,” Ye wrote on Twitter on Thursday (November 3). “So I will say this again I was mentally misdiagnosed and nearly drugged out of my mind to make me a manageable well behaved celebrity.”

Kanye West attached frightening text messages allegedly from celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak which found Pasternak threatening to “institutionalize” Kanye and send him back to “Zombieland forever.”

“Second option, I have you institutionalized again where they medicate the crap out of you, and you go back to Zombieland forever. Play date with the kids just won’t be the same,” the message read.

Yeezy continued to showcase text exchanges with Pasternak, who is Jewish, as they debated about the origins of Black Israelites.

“I was told that if I expose the truth of the bad business practices everything is gonna be taken from me Including my black children,” he wrote. “And everyone has bore whiteness to the public Emmett Tilling of Ye But GOD has put something on my heart not to backdown.”

Kanye West previously used to train with Pasternak. He was actually at the trainer’s residence when he was transported to UCLA Medical Center for psychiatric evaluation and subsequently hospitalized in November 2016.

A welfare check at the time reportedly found Kanye “acting erratically” after Pasternak made the phone call to health professionals.

While he’ll continue to light up Twitter, Kanye has said he plans to engage in a 30-day verbal cleanse for the rest of November.

“I’m taking a 30-day cleanse A verbal fast No alcohol No adult films No intercourse In God we praise Amen,” he wrote in a note before clarifying that his “Twitter still lit though.”

It comes after an eventful few weeks for Ye, who found himself in hot water last month after making disparaging comments about Jewish people, George Floyd, and white supremacy on Fox News, Drink Champs and other outlets.

Adidas, Balenciaga, Chase Bank and even Def Jam have all since cut ties with the Chicago star, and even Goodwill said it will no longer be accepting any of Ye’s products.

While the comments Ye has made have had a devastating impact on his career, his lawyer informed him they might also cause him to lose custody of his children.

While entangled in a bitter legal battle with his ex-wife Kim Kardashian, Ye claimed on Tuesday (November 1) that his former lawyer warned him such remarks could cost him custody of their four children.

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