Kanye West has officially entered the news space with the launch his own mobile-only platform fittingly called Yews.
The Yews.News platform appeared to go live on Tuesday (December 12) but only works through mobile devices rather than desktops or laptops for now.
Ye filed for the Yews trademark earlier this year which included a multitude of goods and services so the news app might not be the only time fans will see the name pop up.
The website has three different timestamped sections for 10 a.m., 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. The first and last include more political and cultural news posts featuring topics ranging from Donald Trump to Elon Musk and the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Each news post features religious illustrations and sources that include publications such as The Washington Post, Forbes and more right-wing platforms like Truth Social and Zero Hedge.
The 3 p.m. section boasts coverage surrounding Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign’s Vultures album and delivers a recap of their rave from early Tuesday (December 12) in Miami. Written in third-person, it doesn’t appear as if Ye himself is penning the news posts.
Ye and Ty Dolla $ign’s listening event set the stage for Vultures, which is slated to arrive on Friday (December 15).
The duo were joined onstage by Offset, Lil Durk, Chris Brown and Kodak Black. Playboi Carti was also supposed to attend but was running late, according to the Chicago rapper and producer