Kanye West allegedly spent $850,000 on new teeth, influenced by James Bond, titanium dentures

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 In his Instagram story, the rapper Donda, who is presently preparing for the release of his new album, Vultures Vol.1, alongside Ty Dolla $ing, subtly hinted that the arena owners have banned him due to his previously made headline-grabbing and groundbreaking anti-Semitic remarks.

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In a recent video message to his fans, Kanye West portrays a victim and asks for assistance. 

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Positively addressing his 18.9 million Instagram fans, Kanye opened his video message with, "We just sold out the United Center in 7 minutes." 

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He continued by lamenting the lack of other places to choose from outside his hometown arena.

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“I just want to express to everybody out there to see if there's anyone that can help with this. It's the only arena that I had access to in the last year,” he said.

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Additionally, Kanye told his fans that when he phones individuals about a venue, they tell him that there isn't a spot available. 

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 “And you know why that is,” he added. Kanye’s last comment per TMZ, suggests that the 46-year-old rapper was seemingly suggesting his past hate comments against a certain community as a reason for his boycott by venue owners.

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Ye ended his Instagram video story by appealing to people to help him with the situation. 

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Regarding his album Vultures, he and Ty Dolla $ign will have a listening session at the United Center in Chicago on February 9 at 9 p.m. The public can purchase the record starting at 11 p.m. on the same day.

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